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OCECD Regional Conferences "No! DON'T! STOP! So How Exactly is That Working For You?"
Please click the following link for event information and registration links.  "No! DON'T! STOP! So How Exactly is That Working For You?"
Do these experiences sound familiar? Screaming? Throwing things? Profanity? Running from the instructional setting? Do you feel you’ve tried everything and nothing seems to work? This presentation will provide dos and don’ts when preparing for, as well as responding to, severe behavior demonstrations that interfere with learning/teaching . 
Ms. Jo Mascorro, M.Ed. is an independent consultant who provides training throughout the nation in areas specific to behavior intervention practices, communication strategies, parenting skills, and programming for students who experience severe/profound disabilities (birth—adult) Ms. Mascorro has over 34 years of experience in the field of Education and received both her Bachelor and Master’s degrees from Texas Tech University. She is a native Texan and resides in San Antonio.
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