Competence and Confidence Partners in Policymaking: Family Leadership for Inclusive Education in Non-Traditional Settings

Webinar - Igniting Inclusion: Adaptions, Modifications & Supports for Success

March 8, 2016

Thanks to all who attended. The webinar has been recorded and is archived below.

Archived Webinar: Igniting Inclusion

Audio-Only Archive:

Listen now in the player below, or download and save this mp3 (right-click link and select option to save file).

This session reveals concrete examples on HOW to include any child:

  • How to structure the environment
  • How to make changes to curriculum based on needs
  • How to prepare for behavioral concerns
  • How to apply these concepts to varied settings such as school, home, and the community
  • How parents can support inclusion for their child and partner with their schools for success

Presenter Lisa Wallace-Larkin, Inclusion Specialist with the Arc of Philadelphia,
offers a unique skill set and perspective based on her experience as both an educator and a parent of a child with a disability. Her career as a special education teacher (public and charter) evolved into a passion for inclusive education when her son became school-age. Since then she has worked with Include Me From the Start as an Inclusion Consultant, is a parent consultant for Pennsylvania's Education for all Coalition (PEAC), and a member of the Philadelphia Right to Education Task Force.


 Download a transcript of this recording - plain text file

Additional resource:
The presenter has provided a downloadable resource sheet:
 Resource companion to Igniting Inclusion (PDF) (right-click this link and select a save option, or simply click to open in your web browser)

Contact Cathy Roccia-Meier

Voice: 215-204-1772
TTY: 215-204-1805
Fax: 215-204-6336

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