[blindkid] {Disarmed} Fw: What is a Facilitated IEP Meeting?

Doreen Franklin doreenproverbs3 at bellsouth.net
Mon Oct 13 16:45:16 UTC 2014

 Hello all,

I am forwarding info for a free webinar on October 21 @11am, What is a Facilitated IEP Meeting? The link to register is at the bottom of the page ....

Please feel free to forward this to other families and professionals .... 

See ya there!

Doreen Franklin

On Monday, October 13, 2014 11:08 AM, Central Florida Parent Center <candy at cflparents.org> wrote:

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Free Webinar 
What is a Facilitated IEP Meeting?        
Trisha Bergin-Lytton, M. Ed.   
Tuesday, October 21st  11:00 am - 12:30 pm                                                    
Do you find making important decisions and developing your child's individualized educational plan difficult?  Find out how an effective IEP Facilitator can make a team's work a bit easier by supporting clear communication among prepared parties in a structured and focused process. 
Our Guest Speaker will be Trisha Bergin-Lytton, M. Ed.:  
Trisha Bergin-Lytton, M. Ed. specializes in offering expertise and professional services to school districts, charter schools, non-profit organizations, advocacy groups and families to address the individualized needs of special education students by providing mediation, facilitation of IEP meetings, training/professional development and consultation.  Since 1974, Trisha has worked with special needs students and their families within school districts and agency settings in a number of capacities: special education teacher, special education administrator, in-patient rehabilitation treatment center director of adolescent educational services, judicial truancy project director, community college instructor, mediator, facilitator, trainer and consultant.  
Space is limited, reserve your webinar seat now: 
Central FL Parent Center is the Parent Training & Information Center for 30 counties in central and northeast Florida. Our AWARE project is funded by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act.  Staffed by parents, for parents, we serve families of all ages (birth to 26) and all disabilities, completely free of charge.    
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(727) 789-2400   (888) 61-AWARE or (888) 612-9273
mailto:cfpc at cflparents.org

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