LEAGUE SCHOOL TO HOST INFORMATIONAL SEMINAR ON MAY 31st
The League School of Greater Boston invites leaders from the field of special education to learn more about our approach to helping children with autism. Learn about League’s Transition Program, the school’s vocational program and how it prepares students to become independent adults. You’ll also get a chance to learn more about the SCERTS model and how the League School of Greater Boston uses it to increase student success in the areas of Social Communication and Emotional Regulation.
An Overview of the League School of Greater Boston – Gayle Overbey, M.S.Ed, Admissions Coordinator
A Model of Best Practices in Transition Education – Bill Mulcahy, M.S.Ed, Assistant Principal
Vocational Skills and Post-Secondary Life – Maureen Pratt, M.A., CRC Vocational Coordinator
SCERTS Overview and Use in the classroom – Amy Laurent, Ed.M., OTR/L SCERTS Collaborator
Who would benefit from attending?
Special Education Directors, Out-of-District Coordinators, Educational Consultants, and Advocates
For more information or to RSVP for this event email Gayle Overbey at firstname.lastname@example.org by Thursday, May 24.
For more information download our invitation May 31 League School Invitation