Next Meeting Date:

 

October 24th

Know your child's pathway to graduation: Addressing graduation requirements and educational pathways that are currently offered within out district ~ Jennifer McCarthy and Janine Villez

Longwood Administrators outline graduation pathways, differing programs and classroom structures offered within district. 

 

Next Activity Night:  

October 27th Halloween DJ Dance Party  

Longwood Special Education PTA
Longwood Special Education PTA

2017-2018 Meeting Dates and Topics

All meetings are held in the Middle School Library at 7:00 pm

 

September 26th

 "Find your Tribe" and Membership Raffle 

~ Longwood SEPTA board, Teachers and Administration

Speak to seasoned parents of children with disabilities within the Longwood School District for support and guidance, meet new families to put an end to isolation, find out about all the wonderful services, programs and resources that Longwood has available for you and your child, and voice your questions and concerns in a safe, supportive environment. 

 

October 24th

Know your child's pathway to graduation: Addressing graduation requirements and educational pathways that are currently offered within out district ~ Jennifer McCarthy and Janine Villez

Longwood Administrators outline graduation pathways, differing programs and classroom structures offered within district. 


November 29th

"Understanding your child's anxiety, diagnosis and behaviors: strategies to reduce their stress and yours"

~ Dr. Phillip Eisenberg ABPP
Prominent neuropsychologist discusses anxiety related to special needs diagnoses and strategies to help reduce the stress. 


January 16th

"Don't get left out in the cold: A guide to special needs programs, camps and services" ~ Brenda Mccabe, Camp-pa-qua-tuck, Brookhaven camps

Outlining a variety of options for summer programs: ESY, Longwood Camps, Brookhaven Camps, sleep over camps and more...


February 27th

"Advocacy: What are the best ways to advocate for my child? From both the parent and special needs child's point of view"

~Becca Lory, Longwood students and parents

Special needs students and parents speak out about the best ways to advocate for your children and how to achieve success.

 


March 20th

"Oh no! Is it puberty? A discussion on dealing with changes in your special needs child"

Puberty can be a stressful and confusing time for your special needs child. Speak to professionals on dealing with both physical and emotional changes.

             
May 22nd

 "OPWDD: What are my choices and where do I start? A guide to applying for OPWDD, the services available and timeframes"

Valerie Colavecchio- OPWDD-Parent to Parent

Walking you through applying for and selecting services through OPWDD. 

 

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