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On-demand webinars

2020-2021 Offerings

For Special Education Professionals

Topics for Families

From Community Advisory Meetings
From Other Informational Workshops
  • Limited Conservatorship from Start to Finish (from February 2021, registration required)
    • In-person clinics are now available at: 
      Superior Court, 1100 Union Street, San Diego, CA 92101, Fifth Floor, Room 541
      Tuesdays and Thursdays only (closed on Court Holidays) 
      9 AM to 3 PM (closed 12-12:30 PM for lunch)
      Absolutely no appointments. Walk-in, first-come first-served only. Barbara Treash-Osio, Staff Attorney/Clinic Supervisor, Conservatorship Clinic, Legal Aid Society of San Diego, Inc. 
  • Behavior Is Communication (Registration required)
  • An Introduction to the What’s and Not’s of ADHD (Registration required)
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Other offerings

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  • Nuts and Bolts of Teleassessment
    • Special Free Teleassessment Webinar posted with permission of (more webinars available at this site).

      COVID-19 has changed the way assessment specialists may need to practice. The push for, or even the consideration of, teleassesment, bring into question a host of ethical, legal, and test standardization issues. Dr. Marla J. Schreffler, Psy.D, ABSNP has recorded a free 90-minute webinar entitled "Nuts and Bolts of Teleassessment" which addresses these issues.
      Webinar link
      Lecture Notes

      KIDS, Inc. and the School Neuropsychology Institute believe strongly that the best evaluation is conducted in person. We do not necessarily endorse remote testing. However, given the current climate and the unusual circumstances we face, remote testing might be an option professionals wish to consider. The following presentation is provided for informational purposes only. Continuing education credits are not available for watching this webinar. The information provided is based on the opinion, experience, and research of the presenter.

About our on-demand webinars

Our webinars provide a convenient way to learn about special education topics. After you've completed the on-demand webinar, complete the evaluation to receive an attendance document including continuing education hours (if applicable).

Typically, 1-2 hours long

Instructor-led course

Complete when convenient to you

Recording and presentation slides included (when available)

Attendance document available when completing the evaluation (if applicable)