More to come. Visit this link to keep abreast of additions. Webinars will be added to our Google calendar.
- SDM Part 1 - Webinar An important part of becoming an independent adult is being able to make decisions.This webinar will discuss steps that will help build skills and answer some important questions:o What does it mean to be a supporter?
- Bullying: We can stop this.
- Self Advocacy: Finding your Voice
- AIM Under 5: AIM for Student Transition
- AIM Under 5 AIM for Learners with Dyslexia
- AIM Under 5 Steps to Providing AIM for Student with Disabilities
- Free or Low-Cost Ways to Help Your Child With Learning and Attention Issues
- Webinars and learning sessions from The National Center for Learning Disabilities
- Bookshare: A Free And Easy Solution For Students With Reading Barriers
Upcoming Webinars & Materials
- None at this time
- Celebrating National Disability Employment Awareness Month: Increasing Access and Opportunities for Youth and Disabilities in Maine.
- Best Buddies Program Overview
- DHHS & MDOE School-based Services Guidance
- MDOE Individualized Remote Learning Plan Webinar
- Dr. Laura Blaisdell School Re-entry Guidane
- Disability Rights Maine School Re-entry Guidance
- Self Advocacy, Services and Technology for Adults with Disabilities - Wednesday, July 8th - View Webinar
- Family Guide to Assistive Technology & Accessible Education Materials - View Webinar
- Financial Planning for Your Special Needs Youth/Young Adult - Tuesday June 16th - View Webinar
- Children's Home and Community-Based Services During COVID-19 with DRM:
- Naturalist Practices for Special Education at Home
- Vocational Rehabilitation & Division of the Blind and Visually Impaired
- Supported Decision-Making
- Special Education Guidance During COVID 19 with DRM
- Support materials for this webinar: Protecting the rights of students with disabilities during and after the COVID-19 educational disruption
- Home Schooling Your Special Needs Child During COVID 19
- PBIS at Home During COVID
- Transition to Kindergarten
- Transition Planning: Looking Beyond the High School Years