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Parenting Kids with Disabilities in COVID
Parenting kids with disabilities, especially when it comes to school work, has its own unique challenges. With COVID, and virtual learning, those challenges only got harder! We want to come alongside parents who are working non-stop to support their kid's learning in this time, and support you! We hope to support you by: (1) giving you a place to be with other people like you and hear common stories, (2) hear some strategies from two experts who are in the trenches with kids like yours day in and day out. We hope you'll join us for this free webinar!

Oct 28, 2020 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Justin and Becca Artymenko
Justin and Becca both graduated from the University of Delaware. Justin has worked in a variety of settings, both middle and high school over the last 3 years. He’s worked with students with various disabilities, providing support in all content areas. He is currently finishing his Master’s degree in special education and is passionate about making high school courses accessible for students of all ability levels. Currently, he’s working with students with visual impairments at a local vo-tech high school. Becca has an undergraduate degree in elementary and special education. Her Master’s degree is in Exceptional Children and Youth, focused in Autism and severe disabilities. She is currently finishing a program in Applied Behavior Analysis and working toward becoming a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. She works as an Autism Support teacher for both elementary and middle school students.