Signs your child might need a 504 or IEP: What every parent should know

  • September 24, 2022
  • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
  • via Zoom

Registration

  • MCGT Members will have access to the video recording for four months after the event.
  • Non-Members will NOT have access to the video recording.

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MCGT 2022 Fall Speaker Series


Signs your child might need a 504 or IEP: 
What every parent should know


Saturday, September 24th, 9:00-11:00am

via Zoom


Presenters:
Robbi Weil,
 PACER
Tina Van Erp, M.Ed, The River Coach


Supported by: Bloomington Chapter of MCGT

We are grateful for the Bloomington Chapter support of this event which makes it possible for MCGT members to attend free. 


Gifted and talented learners have learning differences, some have health impairments, specific learning disabilities, or ASD or even all of the above.  Navigating school as a neurodivergent child and family can be difficult. These students are Both/And instead of Either/Or. Challenges for these children may not be identified early or easily. We’ll discuss when and how a 504 plan or an evaluation for an IEP is helpful in identifying and supporting a child’s strengths and growth areas.  Together we will learn steps necessary to support, advocate for and increase the autonomy of twice-exceptional, neurodivergent learners.




When: Saturday, September 24, 2022, 9-11am, Online via Zoom

Zoom link will be emailed the day before the event.


WhoAll those supporting an asynchronous/gifted/talented learner or neurodivergent students – parents, educators, other caregivers and professionals welcome! 


Cost:

FREE for MCGT members, Registration Required
You must be registered to receive the Zoom link and to have access to the video recording.
Video Recording is available for four months after the event. 

$20 for non-members

Access to recording after the event is not available to non-members.
Join MCGT now to get the member rate.  MCGT Membership Benefits



Financial assistance is available from the Betty Johnson Scholarship Fund: Families with gifted and talented children should not be restricted in their participation in MCGT activities because of limited funds. Therefore, the MCGT Board will accept requests for financial assistance which would enable families to attend events sponsored by MCGT, such as the annual conference or speaker events. MCGT also accepts requests for financial assistance for MCGT membership fees. 

Submit a request from the Betty Johnson Scholarship Fund


Questions? Email info@mcgt.net


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