We love to present at workshops and have developed a very large repertoire of topics for parents, professionals, and students. Our topics include building and developing healthy relationships and the IEP process.
Share your needs/vision with us and together we will collaborate with you to provide skill building opportunities that enhance personal and interpersonal growth through interactive and fun presentations.
Our Most Popular Presentations are for parents, professionals, and can be adjusted to include students...
Healthy Relationships vs Unhealthy Relationships: Be in Control
You have a say in the type of relationships you attract. The relationships you keep are often a reflection of how you feel about yourself.
Safety in Relationships and the Community: Safety Begins with You!
Practice and explore keeping yourself safe.
Four Rules for any Successful Relationship
The four rules needed for any successful healthy relationship are explained and explored in this interactive presentation. Keep yourself and your loved ones safe!
Parenting Styles and Student Responsibilities
Are your parenting styles authoritative, permissive, or equalitarian? Learn how your parenting style affects your interactions with your children.
Saying “No” to Peer Pressure
Recognize peer pressure and make your own decisions.
Individual Education Programs: IEP
IEP TEAMS Working Together!
Successful IEP teams set rules and agree to follow rules of engagement for the betterment of the student. Everyone needs to participate by listening and providing input.
Negotiating Difficult Conversations in IEP Meetings
Leave your anger and disappointment at the door and communicate your needs respectfully, appropriately, and effectively.
Accommodations and Modifications: Providing Access to the Curriculum
Accommodations should actually help the student be successful! IDEA requires that teachers provide access to curricula for all students learning.
Successful Collaboration Teams
General education and special education teachers working together for all students. Identify what your role is for success of all students.
Preparing for Transition
Necessary tools to consider for a successful transition to high school and college.
Well Written IEP Goals
Writing goals includes identified areas of need and need to be clear and measurable.
Four easy strategies for Shaking Homework Blues
Completing homework is necessary for demonstrating understanding of concepts taught.
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