A series of webinars brought to you by the law office of Lawrence W. Berliner.
ASRC is hosting a LIVE Zoom Roundtable Q&A from 12-1 on April 4, providing valuable information to the autism community from notable leaders about: • best practices in the quest for employment, • how leading employers recruit and onboard neurodiverse and other populations • how Connecticut’s special populations succeed in a variety of work settings
In this Zoom presentation, learn about EY’s Neuro-Diverse Centers of Excellence (NCoE). EY’s NCoE are designed to apply the talents of neurodivergent individuals to meet clients’ business needs. These individuals could identify with or have the diagnosis of a cognitive difference including but not limited to autism, dyslexia, dyscalculia, ADHD and OCD, etc. Here’s what
The college environment is vastly different from high school, academically, socially, and personally. Are students prepared for this transition? What can we be doing at home and at school to make sure students are ready? Join Jane Thierfield Brown virtually as we explore this incredibly important topic.
Exploring Solutions with Psychological Assessments and Educational Therapy with Special Guests:Dr. Emily Cashman, Psychologist, PsyD Westport, CT Laura Noonan, Director of Educational Therapy, Freudigman & Billings, Westport, CTDate: Wednesday, April 20th 2022 7:00 p.m.Zoom Registration: https://bit.ly/2A6472With Co-Hosts:Attorney Lawrence Berliner, Special Education Law and AdvocacyJane Faherty, Director of Jumpstart, Stamford JCC and Special Ed Advocate In
Pursuing a Specialized School Placement and Finding the Right FitDate: Wednesday, June 15, 2022 7:00 p.m.Zoom Registration: https://bit.ly/5A8036With Co-Hosts:Attorney Lawrence Berliner, Special Education Law and AdvocacyJane Faherty, Director of Jumpstart, Stamford JCC and Special Ed AdvocateSpecial Guests:Clay Kaufman, Head of School, The Cedar School, Greenwich CTJennifer Shirazi, Director of Enrollment, Eagle Hill School, Greenwich CTSuellen