The Northern California Neuropsychology Forum
is pleased to present
"Special Education Law and Neuropsychology:
Working together on behalf of students and their 504 plans and IEPs
(including Individualized Transition Programs)."
Carina Grandison, Ph.D. &
Kathryn Dobel, J.D.
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Alta Bates Summit Medical Center
Fir Rooms 1 & 2
350 Hawthorne Avenue
Oakland CA 94609
Specific learning objectives:
· Participants will understand the history and current legal framework for 504 Plans and IEPs (including Individualized Transition Programs).
· Participants will be able to identify the elements necessary in conducting neuropsychological assessments and recommendations to inform the 504 and IEP process (including transition planning).
· Participants will be able to identify key features in effective collaboration between special education attorneys and neuropsychologists.
NCNF is approved by the American Psychological Association (APA) to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. NCNF maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
Approved for 2 hours of CE and QME (CA Workman's Comp) credit.
Questions regarding special accommodations: Charles Filanosky, PhD at (415) 898-0943 or firstname.lastname@example.org
· Professional Member: Online Prereg: $35; At the door: $50
· Nonmember: Online Preregistration: $50; At the door: $65
· Student Member: Online Prereg: $15; At the door: $25
· Student Nonmember: Online Prereg: $30; At the door: $40
PRE-REGISTRATION DUE BY FEBRUARY 20, 2013.
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