February & March Webinars

posted Feb 13, 2013, 10:19 AM by Dicia Kemp   [ updated Feb 13, 2013, 10:30 AM ]
NSCIA Webinar, A program of United Spinal
Sexuality& Intimacy for Couples with Disabilities
Thu, Feb 14, 2013
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM EST

Please join us for this webinar.
Register for this webinar
Program Overview
Did you ever wonder“if intimacy is so easy, why are so many books about it”? Or“why does everyone else know exactly what to do and I’m the only one with questions”? Well, you’re not alone.

This is especially true when you are living with a disability. How do I express my needs? How can I share my desires with my partner? So many people find it difficult to talk about with their partner/loved one.

This webinar answers some of those questions and more. Join us for an interesting, informative and entertaining conversation for couples addressing sexuality, sensuality, intimacy and communication.


Presenter:Eva Margot Kant, LCSW is a speaker, educator and clinician in private practice. Ms. Kant is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who holds a Master’s Degree in Social Work from the Fordham University Graduate School of Social Service.
 
 
 
Join PEAK Parent Center as we present a series of IEP webinars for parents and educators.

Join us for all or just the ones that interest you the most. You will need to register for each webinar you would like to participate in.

Space is limited, so please register online and you will receive a confirmation email with directions for the webinar.

IEP Training Series:

Tuesday, February 26, 2013 6-7pm
(Preparing for the IEP)
Tuesday, March 5, 2013 6-7pm
(Content of the IEP)
Tuesday, March 12, 2013 6-7pm
(Implementation and follow up of the IEP)

This webinar series will explore:

  • Basics of IDEA 2004 specifically related to IEPs
  • Evaluation/Consent for Services
  • Eligibility
  • Communication
  • IEP Team members
  • SMART goals
  • Accommodations and modifications
  • Implementation
  • Progress Monitoring
  • Resolutions Under IDEA
    To sign up online go to: www.peakparent.org/workshopsTranings.asp or call PEAK Parent Center 719.531.9400 or 800.284.0251
First Response for Individuals with I/DD Webinar

Tuesday, Feb 19, 2013 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM EST

 

This webinar is accredited by the American Academy of Family Physicians for 1.25 hours of prescribed credit (recognized by the AMA as equivalent to Category 1 Credit) for those who attend this webinar live or view the archived version. Cost is $10. Registration required.

First Responders attending to an acute health emergency can have a significant impact upon the outcome of the event. The very important communication and coordination of care between the First Responders and the families and DSP's as well as with the Emergency Department will be reviewed. Rick Rader, MD Director, Morton J. Kent Habilitation Center, Orange Grove Center, Editor-in-Chief. Exceptional Parent Magazine, and Vice President of External Affairs, AADMD will be leading the discussion. This Webinar is appropriate for anyone who supports and cares for someone with IDD including self-advocates, families, DSP's, psychologists, therapists, first responders, support agencies, and healthcare providers. A brief Q & A will follow the presentation. Listeners will be able to identify:

* Common reasons people with intellectual and developmental disabilities need first response

* Common difficulties in first response for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities

* Communication tips for working with people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and caregivers, including de-escalation techniques

* Considerations in disaster preparedness for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

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