Welcome to the LDA Archived Webinar Page. These webinars are available to members only and can be viewed at your leisure. We welcome your comments on the listed webinars as well as your input for additional webinars. Email us at email@example.com.
“What’s in Your Future? Options for Higher Education and the Workplace”
Presenter: Rudy Molina, Jr., Director of the SALT center, Arizona State University
Adults and young adults with Learning Disabilities are unified and unique. Do you know how to access the accommodations and supports that will enable you to pursue your pathway to success? What services and supports are out there for you- in higher education and in the workplace? Join us as our presenter, Rudy Molinas, provides an overview of the services and accommodations that adults with learning disabilities can utilize in higher education as well as in their professional careers.
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View the Webinar on YouTube: http://youtu.be/E1J9MbK7hWE
“Why is my Child Struggling in School? The Basics of a Learning Disability”
Presenter: Cheri Crow, M.A., Learning Specialist, Baltimore, MD
Is it normal for my child to struggle so much with school work? Is this a motivational issue or something more? As parents and teachers, we become detectives in attempting to figure out why a student is having difficulties. Get the facts. Join us as our presenter, Cheri Crow, helps us understand the basics of learning disabilities, how to recognize the warning signs, and steps you can take now to get the assistance your child needs.
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View the Webinar on YouTube: http://youtu.be/o4DpWzvPNfE
“Influencing State Policy: You Can Make a Difference!”
Presented by Myrna Mandowitz, Policy Director, LDA
Whether you’re a new state leader or an LDA veteran, this webinar with LDA Policy Director Myrna Mandlawitz will help you improve your advocacy skills on behalf of individuals with learning disabilities.
- Building relationships with policymakers and their staff.
- Best ways to communicate concerns and support.
- Developing partnerships with other community activists.
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View the Webinar on YouTube: http://youtu.be/I0NbkBUe5ug
“How to Successfully Address the Needs of Children with Learning Disabilities on A Systemic Basis”
Presenter: Matt Cohen, J.D., Matt Cohen and Associates, Chicago, Illinois
As advocates for children with learning disabilities, we spend most of our time helping and supporting families on an individual basis. This webinar, presented by Matt Cohen Esq., an attorney who specializes in disability law, will give you the ability to address systemic issues related to IDEA and Section 504 in your state. Cohen shows us how to file complaints with your state department of education as well as with the Office of Civil Rights at the federal level. With these additional tools in our toolbox we can begin to make systemic changes which will benefit all children with learning disabilities. Cohen also identifies key areas of difficulty in obtaining timely, appropriate evaluation and services for children with or suspected of having LD. He addresses legal arguments that may support changes in district or state procedures relative to these issues, particularly in relation to the impact of RTI.
View the Webinar on YouTube: http://youtu.be/EuhEYWBVw04
“How to Prepare for an Emergency. What Every Parent and Adult with LD Needs to Know,”
Presenter: Marcie Roth, Director, Office of Disability Integration and Coordination, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
In this webinar, Marcie Roth, Director, Office of Disability Integration and Coordination, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), provides a briefing on FEMA’s disability integration efforts working with disability advocacy, services and support organizations, voluntary agencies and community groups, local, state, tribal and federal government, and the private sector to include individuals with communication, learning, sensory, mental health, cognitive, chronic health, chemical sensitivities, and other disabilities when preparing for emergencies, and during and after disasters.
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