Contributed by Bloomfield SEPAC’s Ms. Carla Añez
If you can’t make the meetings, you can still write in your comments to the e-mail near the lower portions of the letter on Page 2.
One Mother’s journey with her son. – By Judith Newman – from The New York Times, Oct. 17, 2014
Strategies for managing challenging behaviors
Dr. Sudha Ramaswamy
This is the first in a series by Dr. Ramaswamy. Join us for strategies on how to manage behaviors at home such as homework, bedtime, following rules, doing chores. Bring your questions and concerns for this interactive session.
Monday Oct 20th
7:30 – 9:00 PM
Bloomfield High School
155 Broad Street
Please Join Us
SPAN (Statewide Parent Advocate Network of NJ is conducting a free workshop to help parents and education professionals minimize conflicts in IEP Meetings etc. The workshop is FREE but REGISTRATION is required.
Wednesday, Oct 22, 2014
10 AM – 12 PM
Family Link REIC
2333 Morris Avenue
Union, NJ 07083
Special thanks to Ms. Carla Añez-Espinosa for this information.
Do you deal with some tough learning issues with your child like Dyslexia, ADHD, ADD, Auditory Processing Disorder, Math, Reading or Writing issues? If that’s the case you will be glad to spend some time at UNDERSTOOD.ORG. (Available in English and Spanish.)
It is a super-duper place for information on this issues. What we particularly like about it is, you not only can get some useful tips, but also some possible SOLUTIONS that may help you and your child get through another homework battle. Er, I mean homework time. 🙂
Note: This helpful information provided by the seemingly indefatigable, ever on-the-alert to help, Bloomfield SEPAC-ER, Ms. Carla Añez-Espinosa.