Evidence-Based Practices for the Education of Students with Down Syndrome - 011508
This training was developed by the Low-Incidence Statewide Network as a result of a statewide stakeholders meeting of parents of children who have Down Syndrome. At the meeting, parents identified priorities for the education of their children. Their top four priorities were: (1) Training for all educational staff, (2) Inclusion with non-disabled peers, (3) Better communication and teamwork between staff and families, and (4) Futures planning/transition preparation. This training was developed to be shared across the state to help educate and support staff working with students who have Down Syndrome.

ASHA Credits Pending

Audiences Charter School Personnel, Paraprofessionals, Teacher - Special Education, Coordinators, ESC 11 Personnel, Instructional Leaders, Parents, Speech Therapists


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