Social and Emotional

The Younger Years & Beyond: Childhood Emotional, Behavioral and Mental Health

(originally offered 02/22/2018) Informal webinar session on Mental and Emotional Health in younger children.  She will discuss ages and stages of measurement, when to consider seeking help or testing and how to find support services.  Teresa Johnson is a Certified Parent Advocator and a Certified Parent Peer Support Specialist. Running Time: 1 Hour (For project […]

The FBA/BIP Process: Teamwork for Student Success

(originally offered 05/20/2010) Presenters:  Michael Blake and Ginny O’Connell, Georgia Department of Education, Division for Special Education Services and Supports Learn how Functional Behavioral Assessments and Behavior Intervention Plans can help your child be successful in their school. Learn how a parent can request one, what the major components are and how to know if […]

Monitoring your Child’s Behavior Intervention Plan

(originally offered 11/16/11) Presenter: Jason Cavin, Behavior Analyst, Center for Leadership in Disability at Georgia State University I keep meeting with the school and NOTHING changes! Turn anger into action.   Do you often wonder if others have really ever met your child because the kid they describe is not the kid you know? Are you […]

Positive Behavior Supports in School

(originally offered 11/09/11) Presenter: Emily Graybill, School Psychologist, Center for Leadership in Disability at Georgia State University Is your child constantly in trouble at school? Learn how to work with the school to change it.  Whether your child is in Pre-K, high school, or somewhere in between, this webinar is for you! Join P2P as […]

Positive Behavior Supports at Home: Strategies for Increasing Cooperation and Harmony

(originally offered 11/02/11) Presenter: Jason Cavin, Behavior Analyst, Center for Leadership in Disability at Georgia State University Tired of your child not listening to you? Does your child agree to do something and then fails to do it? Are you looking for help with getting your child to do chores, finish homework, share or take […]