Whether your child is high school, middle school, or elementary school, and regardless of his/her disability, you may be asking yourself questions like these:
Come join us for a thought-provoking evening with advocate Todd Gary, designed to challenge us to foster self-advocacy in our children. This high-energy presentation will provide us with powerful tools to examine our parenting and its impact, and to empower us to release the potential of our amazing kids. We’ll explore the importance of self-knowledge, how to raise an “I can” child, distinguishing between product and outcome, fostering internal identity, tackling the crippling fear of failure, and the ultimate celebration (and terror) of letting go. Fun, fear and controversy are guaranteed!
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Todd Gary is the founder of the Special Education Advocacy Group in Danville, the former Special Needs Liaison in SRVUSD, a long-time scout leader, and the disciple of two amazing young men completing their second decade of raising their father.
Whether your child has an IEP, a 504 plan or is simply struggling, SEED's monthly breakfast meetings are a great way to network with other parents about special education.
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Join SEED for our Fall Festival at Sienna Ranch! We'll have a barbecue lunch, pony and tractor rides, visits with the ranch's chickens and goats, hikes to the fort, pumpkin crafts and more! Tickets are $10 per family. Click here to register.
Educational psychologist Melissa Nolan will give a presentation on dyslexia and give tips on how to assess and instruct students with this disability, along with strategies to work with your child's school and service providers.
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SEED (Special Education Enrichment Development Foundation) is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization run by parent and community volunteers to benefit diverse learners in Lafayette, California.