Advice and Resources for Students’ Families – FREE

Lincoln-Sudbury Special Education Parent Advisory Committee, Sudbury Public Schools Special Education Parent Advisory Committee, and Sudbury Public Schools Student Services are bringing events and presentations to town aimed at supporting all families and educators. 

These events are free and open to the public, but some may have limited space. RSVP to the sponsoring SEPAC is suggested to assure ample materials can be provided. The next one coming up is highlighted below and those that follow will be featured in future articles.  More information may be found at our elementary and high school SEPAC websites:

 

Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School Special Education Parent Advisory Council

 

Sudbury Public Schools Special Education Parent Advisory Council

 

The Impact of Anxiety and Depression on Learning
Tues  Jan 29, 7pm     Goodnow Library, 21 Concord Rd, Sudbury
Dr. Erica Kalkut, Child & Family Psychological Services  

Cognitive dysfunction is believed to have a strong correlation with mental health diagnoses like depression and anxiety. These conditions can significantly alter cognitive functioning, particularly memory retention and the absorption of knowledge.
     For families of students of any age, and for educators.
 
Tips for Managing ADHD at Home and at School  
Tues  Feb 12, 7pm     LSRHS, Conf Rm B, 390 Lincoln Rd, Sudbury
Brendan Mahan, M.Ed., M.S., ADHD Essentials  
     Geared toward teens.
Helping Kids Make and Keep Friends (co-sponsored with SED)
Thur  Feb 28, 7pm     Curtis Middle School, Pratt’s Mill Rd, Sudbury
Donna Shea, Founder, The Peter Pan Center
     Geared toward tweens and teens.
Executive Function Workshop for Parents and their Teens
Thur  Mar 7, 6:30pm     Goodnow Library, 21 Concord Rd, Sudbury
Engaging Minds, Executive Function Coaching Team
     RSVP needed, limited space
     Designed for teens and their parents.
Supporting Traumatized Children
Tues  Mar 26, 6:30pm     Curtis MS Auditorium, 22 Pratts Mill Rd, Sudbury
Presented by Middlesex Partnership for Youth
     Designed for families of all aged students, and for educators.
Guardianship and Special Needs Financial Planning  
Wed  Mar 27, 7pm     LSRHS, Conf Rm B, 390 Lincoln Rd, Sudbury
Attorney Meredith Greene,Special Needs Practice Group, Fletcher Tilton, PC
     For parents and guardians.
Special Education Mediation  
Tues  April 2, 6:30pm     LSRHS, 390 Lincoln Rd, Sudbury (library classroom)
Leslie Bock, Mediator, MA Bureau of SpEd Appeals
     For families of students of any age.
Understanding Psychological and Neuropshychological Reports  
Wed  April 24, 6:30pm     Curtis MS Auditorium, 22 Pratts Mill Rd, Sudbury
Presented by Middlesex Partnership for Youth
     Designed for families of all aged students, and for educators.

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