Date: Wednesday, November 2, 2022
Time: 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. (registration starts at 7:30)
Place: Homewood Church of Christ
265 W Oxmoor Rd, Birmingham, AL 35209
CEUs will be awarded- Details provided as date gets closer!
Early bird (ends Fri. Oct. 7th) = $100 per person
Beginning Oct. 8th = $125 per person
Purchase Orders for 1-4 Individuals: Please contact Chenique Jeffress (Community Outreach Coordinator)
Phone #: 334-430-9291
Early bird (ends Frid. Oct. 7th) = $100 per person
Beginning Oct. 8th = $125 per person
Groups of 5 or more: (using Purchase Orders or other payments)
Please contact Denise Gillespie (SECCO organizer)
Phone (text or call): 205-612-4458
Early bird (ends Frid. Oct. 7th) = $80 per person
Beginning Oct. 8th = $100 per person
***If you are interested in being an Exhibitor***
Contact Denise Gillespie: email@example.com or call/text (205)612-4458
Special Education Consultants & Conference Organizers' mission is working to "unlock the mystery" of developmental disabilities by providing current information and professional expertise that will empower parents and educators.
This conference is designed to educate parents, teachers, and other professionals on critical issues associated with disabilities! Speakers will cover topics including special education law, behavior concerns and plans, transition options, first response advocacy/safety and managing compassion/fatigue.
What others are saying....
"To say I enjoyed the conference today is an understatement! I was bombarded with knowledge and tidbits to assist my students to improve behavior and access the curriculum. I was very impressed with the fundamentals of Special Education Law. Leslie Allen was phenomenal! Sarah from UAB Sparks was amazing! As special education teachers we get so wrapped up in the behaviors we see on the surface forgetting the function or triggers that cause the behaviors. Laura Cole was inspiring! Her reminder of getting in the Awe-tism world and take the small steps to help bridge communication is core to improving language skills in all students.
I have saved the best for last, Dustin. I am amazed by his story and his dedication to changing the lives of others, heartwarming! I am not a sky diver yet but I am inspired to take risks.
I have called and emailed several other teachers and next year hope to represent (our) County Schools well at the conference!" Huntsville Conference, 2019
***Check back often! Speaker information updated regularly!!***
Tentative Speaker Information More added as information is sent to us!
Autism in Alabama
Dr. Whitney Wayne Meade
“Understanding Data Collection and Your Child’s IEP”
This session will introduce the various methods of data collection and how data should be used to facilitate the development of effective IEPs.
“Fundamentals of Special Education Law for Educators”
This session is designed to cover basic, core concepts of special education law to assist all educators in trying to avoid common pitfalls that arise and in building strong relationships with parents. Topics include fundamentals relating to child-find, evaluation, eligibility and IEP/placement under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.
Author of "The Quiet Princess"
She is a wife, mother, grandmother, teacher and author. She was diagnosed with autism as an adult after her was placed on the spectrum Her book helps parents and siblings understand autism while telling a story about an autistic child and all the adventures she has in her own mind.
Ashley Watkins, M. Ed., RBT
Special Needs' Adults Social Opportunities
Ashley Perry Cawley
DaLee Chambers- Alabama State Dept. Special Ed. Director
7:30- 8:15 a.m.
12:15-12:45 p. m.
1:55- 2:55 p.m.
Dismissal/ Pick up Certificates
11:15- 12:15 p.m.
SECCO MEMBERS' CONTACT INFORMATION:
CINDY NELSON: 205-356-7213