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"A PBIS Approach: Working with Challenging & Disruptive Students in the Classroom"
Event Date: 11/12/2015
Location: Quail Hollow Resort, 11080 Concord-Hambden Road, Painesville, OH 44077
Registration Starts: Tuesday, September 1, 2015
Registration Ends: Thursday, November 12, 2015

Registration Details:

Free Conference with Dr. David Meichenbaum is sponsored by Ohio Coalition for the Education of Children with Disabilities and State Support Team Region 4

This conference will include a full day of intensive training experience for parents, educators, and related service providers who want to:

  • Increase their knowledge and acquire specific intervention skills to maximize the success of children with behavioral challenges.
  • Learn practical evidence-based strategies and applied tools that can be implemented immediately in daily interactions and practice.
  • Learn strategies for addressing social skills difficulties in the classroom.
  • Make connections using Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) & Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports (PBIS) - Tier II/III.
  • Dr. David Meichenbaum is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist specializing in the diagnostic evaluation and treatment of pervasive developmental and disruptive behavior disorders.  He is the Director of Community Consulting & Clinical Services at Summit Educational Resources in Buffalo, New York.  He received his doctorate of philosophy in Clinical Psychology from University at Buffalo, SUNY, and completed his pre-doctoral internship at Duke University.

    Who should attend?
    Parents, teachers, intervention specialists, school counselors, PBIS coaches/internal facilitators, behavior specialist, principals, related service providers and anyone who cares about children/youth who have disabilities and/or special health care needs.

    Lunch is on your own.  Coffee, tea and water provided by OCECD private funds. 

    CEUs and Contact Hour Certificates will be available at no additional charge following the completion of the conference and will be emailed to the email you provide approximately 6 weeks following the conference:

    Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities - 5 CPDU Approved (except for County Board Members)
    Counselor, Social Worker and Marriage & Family Therapists Units - 5 CPE Approved
    Step Up to Quality - Approved for 5 Hrs
    Contact Hours - 5

    Questions? Contact: Connie Hudson ocecdcsh@embarqmail.com or no computer access 937-842-2150.



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