Students with Disabilities- Webinar

• Students with Disabilities: Success in The Classroom - May 4, 2010 Webinar CD
ISBN/ISSN: Students w/ Disabilities
Helping Faculty Find Methods to Help Students Achieve

For more information, visit PaperClip Communications. Classrooms today see the full range of disabilities from physical to learning and the faculty who work in those classrooms can sometimes feel overwhelmed by the special requests and the needs of disabled students.
New medical techniques, technologies and medications have opened up our campuses to more students - students who in previous decades may not have had the benefit of higher education.
While all agree that greater access to education is a good thing - there is also agreement that helping front line faculty is imperative for success all around.
Join colleagues from across North America for an important 90 minute webinar where the issue of students with disabilities in the classroom will be explored.
May 4, 2010

Plight of Returning Vets

• The Battle Beneath: the Camouflage Continues –
The Plight of Returning Vets


On Friday, June 5, 2009, The Southwest Council, Inc. will present a truly unique symposium on a topic of growing concern not only among the clinical community, but also one that impacts all of us and will do so, most likely, for years to come: The Battle Beneath: The Camouflage Continues, the Plight of Returning Vets. Contact: Evelyn Scholl, Director of Communications, 856-307-9950 x17 email: commdirector@soutwestcouncil.org
June 5, 2009

Disabled Vet Conference - 6-5-2009
Veterans Conference

Workforce Access for Learners with AD/HD

• Access to the Workforce for Adult & Adolescent Learners with AD/HD and Asperger's Syndrome
NAASLN's Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference Marriottsville, Maryland Fact: More students with Asperger's syndrome are attending ABE/GED classes. What can we do as instructors to make their journey into adult education more successful? What are some of the characteristics we need to be familiar with? How do we adapt instruction that will lead to success for these students in ABE/GED programs? And then how do we help them transition to post-secondary education and ultimately the workforce.
COABE Conference will be held in historic Philadelphia. Every year, Philadelphia plays host to millions of business travelers, individuals, couples, and families who come to sample our city's unique blend of history and progress!
February 22-23, 2009

Coaching College Students with Disabilities

• Coaching College Students with Disabilities
What is academic coaching? How can it impact the success of college students? How do students with disabilities benefit? NJ Ahead NJ Association for Higher Education and Disability. Rowan University 201 Mullica Hill Road Glassboro, NJ. Education Hall Room 3114
February 6, 2009

Coaching for Transitioning to College

• Coaching/Mentoring Students for Transitioning to College or Community
Conference: Moving On: Promoting a Successful Transition to College or Community
CATIES is a research and service initiative of The College of New Jersey's School of Education. It is dedicated to improving the educational experiences of children with disabilities by linking faculty and staff expertise with the needs of New Jersey 's educational community.
Friday April 20, 2007

Life, Liberty and Pursuit of Learning

• Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Learning
Commission on Adult Basic Education National Conference
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
The 2007 COABE Conference will be held in historic Philadelphia. Every year, Philadelphia plays host to millions of business travelers, individuals, couples, and families who come to sample our city's unique blend of history and progress!
March 25, 2007 Pre-Conference Sessions
March 26 - 28, 2007 Plenary and Breakout Sessions

Psychiatric Disorder a Disability?

• When is a Psychiatric Disorder a Disability?
Psychological Issues: Crisis and Opportunity on Campus
DePaul University, Chicago, IL
Drawing the line between disorders and disabilities is a tricky task for student affairs administrators. Of course, the focus is on achieving a successful outcome for the student but what resources should be deployed to help a student in need. When does the disorder qualify as a disability? Join us as we assess where and how to draw the line.
March 15, 16, 2007 and June 8, 9, 2006

Treating Child Sexual Abuse

• Treating Child Sexual Abuse
Conducted by Family Support Line in coordination with Widener University's Post Graduate Center, Institute for Clinical Graduate Psychology and The Center for Social Work Education.
June 6-7, 2006

Mentoring Program for Students with Disabilities

• A Mentoring/Coaching Program for Students with Disabilities in Higher Education: Four Stage Model for Success.
NAASLN
In partnership with the National Education Professional Consortium (NAEPDC) and the Colorado Department of Education, Adult Education, " Minding Your P’s and Q’s: Positioning your program to expand resources through Quality Services for persons with Special Learning Needs"The National Association for Adults with Special Learning Needs Conference. Denver Colorado.
November 2005

Sexual Predators- MH/MR- Treatment

• Sexual Predators in the MH/MR Population: Treatment & Recovery
Pennsylvania Sate Drug and Alcohol Certification Board. Harrisburg, PA.
October 2005

Parents of Students with Disabilities

Working with Parents of Students with Disabilities
National Conference for Higher Education. Washington, D.C.,
August 2005

Sexual Predators- MH/MR- Research

• Sexual Predators in the MH/MR Population: Research Results
American Counseling Association Symposium on Trauma. Sarasota Florida.
February 2004

All Presentations

• Students with Disabilities: Success in The Classroom - May 4, 2010 Webinar CD
ISBN/ISSN: Students w/ Disabilities
Helping Faculty Find Methods to Help Students Achieve

For more information, visit PaperClip Communications. Classrooms today see the full range of disabilities from physical to learning and the faculty who work in those classrooms can sometimes feel overwhelmed by the special requests and the needs of disabled students. 
New medical techniques, technologies and medications have opened up our campuses to more students - students who in previous decades may not have had the benefit of higher education. 
While all agree that greater access to education is a good thing - there is also agreement that helping front line faculty is imperative for success all around.
Join colleagues from across North America for an important 90 minute webinar where the issue of students with disabilities in the classroom will be explored.
May 4, 2010

 
• Southwest Council Holds Conference on The Battle Beneath: the Camouflage Continues –
The Plight of Returning Vets

On Friday, June 5, 2009, The Southwest Council, Inc. will present a truly unique symposium on a topic of growing concern not only among the clinical community, but also one that impacts all of us and will do so, most likely, for years to come: The Battle Beneath: The Camouflage Continues, the Plight of Returning Vets. Contact: Evelyn Scholl, Director of Communications, 856-307-9950 x17 email:
commdirector@soutwestcouncil.org
June 5, 2009

• Access to the Workforce for Adult & Adolescent Learners with AD/HD and Asperger's Syndrome
NAASLN's Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference Marriottsville, Maryland Fact: More students with Asperger's syndrome are attending ABE/GED classes. What can we do as instructors to make their journey into adult education more successful? What are some of the characteristics we need to be familiar with? How do we adapt instruction that will lead to success for these students in ABE/GED programs? And then how do we help them transition to post-secondary education and ultimately the workforce.
COABE Conference will be held in historic Philadelphia. Every year, Philadelphia plays host to millions of business travelers, individuals, couples, and families who come to sample our city's unique blend of history and progress!
February 22-23, 2009

• Coaching College Students with Disabilities
What is academic coaching? How can it impact the success of college students? How do students with disabilities benefit? NJ Ahead NJ Association for Higher Education and Disability. Rowan University 201 Mullica Hill Road  Glassboro, NJ. Education Hall  Room 3114
February 6, 2009


• Coaching/Mentoring Students for Transitioning to College or Community
Conference: Moving On: Promoting a Successful Transition to College or Community
CATIES is a research and service initiative of The College of New Jersey's School of Education. It is dedicated to improving the educational experiences of children with disabilities by linking faculty and staff expertise with the needs of New Jersey 's educational community.
Friday April 20, 2007

• Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Learning
Commission on Adult Basic Education National Conference
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
The 2007 COABE Conference will be held in historic Philadelphia. Every year, Philadelphia plays host to millions of business travelers, individuals, couples, and families who come to sample our city's unique blend of history and progress!
March 25, 2007 Pre-Conference Sessions
March 26 - 28, 2007 Plenary and Breakout Sessions

• When is a Psychiatric Disorder a Disability?
Psychological Issues: Crisis and Opportunity on Campus
DePaul University, Chicago, IL
Drawing the line between disorders and disabilities is a tricky task for student affairs administrators. Of course, the focus is on achieving a successful outcome for the student but what resources should be deployed to help a student in need. When does the disorder qualify as a disability? Join us as we assess where and how to draw the line.
March 15, 16, 2007 and June 8, 9, 2006

• Treating Child Sexual Abuse
Conducted by Family Support Line in coordination with Widener University's Post Graduate Center, Institute for Clinical Graduate Psychology and The Center for Social Work Education.
June 6-7, 2006

• A Mentoring/Coaching Program for Students with Disabilities in Higher Education: Four Stage Model for Success.
NAASLN
In partnership with the National Education Professional Consortium (NAEPDC) and the Colorado Department of Education, Adult Education, " Minding Your P’s and Q’s: Positioning your program to expand resources through Quality Services for persons with Special Learning Needs"The National Association for Adults with Special Learning Needs Conference. Denver Colorado.
November 2005

• Sexual Predators in the MH/MR Population: Treatment & Recovery
Pennsylvania Sate Drug and Alcohol Certification Board. Harrisburg, PA.
October 2005

• Working with Parents of Students with Disabilities
National Conference for Higher Education. Washington, D.C.,
August 2005

• Sexual Predators in the MH/MR Population: Research Results
American Counseling Association Symposium on Trauma. Sarasota Florida.
February 2004