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Executive Function & Emotional Regulation Training for the School Setting
Come and learn about brain development and how to effectively support students with executive function and emotional regulation issues. This information is applicable to students with disabilities (e.g., brain injury, ADHD, SLD, SED, ASD, SLI) and students with complex needs.
Understand brain development and how to effectively support students of all ages with executive function and emotional regulation challenges.
When & Where:
Monday, January 27, 2020 - Pueblo, CO
Friday, February 7, 2020 - Grand Lake, CO
Friday, February 21, 2020 - Centennial, CO
Special Education Directors, Teachers, Mental Health Providers, Speech-Language Pathologists, Related Service Personnel, Consultants, General Education Teachers & Administrators
*Note: This is a repeat of the training by the same name provided during the 2016-17 school year. If you attended this training in 2016-17, you may be removed from our list to make room for first time attendees.
Challenging Behavior and Executive Function (for students with brain injury and other neurologically impacted disabilities) (Video Modules - 9 parts)
NOTE: This was a full day training and is intended to be watched in its entirety. These are not stand alone.
Brain Injury: Special Education Criteria and Social Emotional Intervention
Educator Brain Injury Trainings
Eligibility and School-Based Inter-Disciplinary Assessment and Intervention: A Common Sense Approach (Video Modules - 4 parts)
Learn more about brain injury and building a healthy brain.
What is Brain Injury?
(3 minutes - this video will open in a another window)
Youth Considerations at Home and in School
(4 minutes - this video will play on this screen, hit play)
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