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Livestreamed Webinar with Cheryl Poe, M.A. and Bhavin Dave, M.D., “How to Avoid & How to Recover From Restraint & Seclusion School-Based Trauma,” sponsored by Cheryl Poe, Founder and Executive Director of Advocating 4 Kids Inc. (March 24, 2021)
Livesteamed Webinar “If You Don’t Ask You Won’t Get It: Asserting Special Education Rights in the Time of Coronavirus,” sponsored by The Arc of Northern Virginia (July 16, 2020).
Live Faculty Presenter at Cure JM Conference, “Mental Health & Homebound” & “Know Your 504 and IDEA Rights,” sponsored by Cure JM Foundation (June 29, 2018).
Live Faculty Presenter for National Business Institute, CLE Program “IEPs and 504 Plans: A Legal Compliance Guide (October 26-27, 2017)
Live Presenter “IDEA and ADA Basics” for Good Beginnings Occupational and Physical Therapy (February 2, 2017)
Live Presenter at NAMI Basics Course “Addressing Social Emotional Needs Through an IEP,” sponsored by National Alliance on Mental Illness, Arlington Support Group Chapter, led by Michelle Best & Alisa Cowen (December 13, 2016).
Live Faculty Presenter for National Business Institute, CLE Program “Special Education Law Made Simple” (September 17, 2015)
Live Presenter at Annual Conference for the Down Syndrome Association of Greater Richmond, “Making the Right Decision about a Student’s Assessment & Diploma Track” (February 7, 2015).
Webinar “Pathways to Graduation“, sponsored by Parent Educational Advocacy Training Center (PEATC) (August 19, 2014).
Live Presenter at Annual Parent to Parent Meeting of Parents of Autistic Children of Northern Virginia, “Take 5: pet peeves for parents and guardians working with the IEP team” (January 10, 2014).
Live Presenter at NAMI Basics Course, “Keys to the Castle: Unlocking Tools to Support Your Child“, sponsored by National Alliance on Mental Illness, Arlington Support Group Chapter, led by Naomi Verdugo (April 27, 2013).