P2P Webinars are archived so that you can watch them anytime. The following topics are available simply by registering!
From Understanding to Application: Real-life 504 Plans (Part 2)
Reasonable Accommodations and Youth Transitions to Employment
Centers for Independent Living
Empowering and Educating with Independent Living
Staying in Your Target Heart Rate… Stress Management for Parents
Parenting with P2P: Taking Care Of Me, Just Me?
Student Code of Conduct: What you don’t know can hurt your child!
Suspensions, Manifestation Hearings, Tribunals: What’s the Big Deal?
Special Needs Trust and other Special Needs Planning Options
Is Due Process Right for You?
Creating a Due Process hearing Request
Pre-Hearing Procedure and the Trial
Guardianship and Estate Planning for the Beneficiary with Disabilities
Parenting with P2P: Fire Safety and Children with Special Needs
Parenting with P2P: Is One of your Greatest Fears not being with your Special Needs Child when an Emergency Occurs?
Keeping Your Family Safe in a Disaster
Establishing a Medical Home
HIPAA: Understanding the Information Blackout
What’s in a Name? Learn what Medicaid EPSDT Mandate Provides for your Child
Appealing a Katie Beckett Denial
Katie Beckett Medicaid Deeming Waiver: A Step by Step Guide on the Application Process
Social Security Benefits
The New Options and Comprehensive Supports Waiver Programs: Past, Present and Future Directions
Deeming Waiver Basics
Health Care Reform: Impact on Children with Special Healthcare Needs (Part 1 of 2)
Don’t Pluck my Feathers, Please! I Think my Wings are Sprouting
Why is Writing so Hard for my Child?
Help! My Child is Struggling with Reading
What is Executive Function and What does it mean for your Child?
Sensory Processing Disorders
Understanding the Legislative Process
Making a Difference: Telling your Story Effectively to State Legislators!
Tips for Speaking to Policymakers
Surviving Dietary Changes in the Home
Learning your Child’s School System
Parenting with P2P: Toss or File? What Do I Do with all of this Paperwork?
Tips for Writing Letters and Emails
How can I help my child develop good homework and study habits?
Paving the Way for High School Diploma
Helping Your Child Get a Regular Diploma
What does Elementary School have to do with High School Graduation
Keeping your Middle School Student on a Path to Graduation
Parenting with P2P: Involving your child in the IEP process
Parenting with P2P: I’m a Dad and I’m Involved
Parenting with P2P: Too much Therapy or Not Enough? How do we Strike a Balance for our Kids?
Parenting with P2P: Talking with your child about his or her disability or special health care need.
Parenting with P2P: Establishing Rules at Home
Surviving Your Child’s Insomnia
Community is Fundamental: Help Your Young Adult Engage in the Community
Choosing the right Service Dog for your needs
Sexuality and Disabilities: Growing Up is Natural
Parenting with P2P: Handling jealousy and resentment issues between my kids
Positive Behavior Supports at Home: Strategies for Increasing Cooperation and Harmony
Positive Behavior Supports in School
Monitoring your Child’s Behavior Intervention Plan
The FBA/BIP Process: Teamwork for Student Success
The Younger Years & Beyond: Childhood Emotional, Behavioral and Mental Health
Guardianship of Adults with Disabilities 2
Planning for a Continuum of Care
Tax Preparations for Parents of Children with Special Needs
Vocational Rehabilitation 101: Successful Transition from School-to-Work
Does your Child Have the IEP Health Goals Needed to Successfully Transition to Adulthood?
Medicaid and SSI: What happens when my child turns 18?
Thinking Outside the Box for Employment/Career Options
Transition To Adulthood (Education)
Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Agency’s E3 Project
Financial Planning for Your Child with Special Needs – Creating a Planning Blueprint
Individual Development Accounts
Thinking About College? VR Can Help
Finding your Way: Transitioning from High School to College
Independent & Community Living
Ready for Fun after High School?
Managing my Healthcare
My Path to Higher Education
Voting Accommodations And Getting To Know The Candidates
Voting: Steps to Getting your Voice Heard
Problems At The Polls