Thursday | October 13, 2016 | 7:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m., EST.
Planning and preparing for transition in the school setting to adult services and programs can be an overwhelming process not only for the person with PWS, but also their families. Barb Dorn, RN, and Kate Beaver, MSW, will share an overview of their 104-page publication offering guidance on educational transition, vocational and residential services and much more. If your child is age 12 and above, this is a presentation not to be missed!
Barb Dorn is a retired nurse with 37 years of experience. She is now a Health Education Consultant and teaches classes for the UW Waisman Center to caregivers for adults with developmental disabilities. She has two sons, Tyler, age 29, and Tony, age 31 who has PWS.
Kate Beaver has served as the Alterman Crisis Intervention/Family Support Counselor for PWSA (USA) since 2006. She has worked with hundreds of school related crisis cases assisting parents and schools to resolve behavioral issues, develop appropriate IEP plans and create effective learning environments for students with PWS. Her daughter Hana was born with PWS.
The webinar will be recorded and everyone who registers will receive a link to the recording, which can be viewed as many times as you wish over a two-week period.
If you are a member of PWSA (USA), there is no charge for this informative presentation. Simply CLICK HERE
If you are not a member of PWSA (USA), there is a $20 charge for the webinar.
Once you have registered, you will receive your email with a link to complete the registration process.