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Here at eLuma, we are committed to giving back to the special education community at-large. One way we want to do this is by presenting regular webinars. We choose from a wide-range of topics and speakers that can provide valuable insights, knowledge, and utility to the participants
Even if you can’t attend the webinar events in real-time, we still want to give you the opportunity to see them and have made them accessible with the links below. If you have any questions, feedback or requests for future webinars, we’d love to hear from you. Just email email@example.com with your comments.
Friday, Sept 21, 2018
Making Teletherapy a Viable & Long Term Solution
In this not-to-be-missed webinar, the distinguished Mary Andrianopolous, Ph.D., CCC-SLP and CEC President-elect, Mary Lynn Boscardin Ph.D., CCC-SLP, team up to share their research and expertise on teletherapy, and how to make it a viable, long-term solution in K-12 education. Dr. Andrianopoulos and Dr. Boscardin draw upon their decades of telepractice research to help special education leaders better understand the real value of teletherapy, and what can be done to ensure the greatest long-term success at schools and districts.
Thursday, June 7, 2018
Insights from Women Leaders in Special Education
This very special webinar featured the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) President-elect, Dr. Mary Lynn Boscardin, CCC-SLP, and Dr. Kerry Weir. In their presentation, they discuss their research and insights on women & leadership in special education. Specifically, they address ideas that can help all school leaders better understand the benefit of collaborative-relational leadership when addressing many of the challenges associated with special education and education in general.
Friday, March 16, 2018
A Special Educator’s Guide to Due Process & 504 Hearings
This not-to-be-missed webinar addresses one of the most critical and problematic areas of special education. Former CEC president, Gerald J. Hime, joins eLuma to specifically discuss what special educators can do to better understand the laws, avoid common and costly mistakes, and also more effectively navigate the legal process. With a wide-range of experiences in special education and a deep understanding of the IDEA, the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the ADA, he is uniquely qualified to speak to educators and administrators to give them meaningful insight.
Friday, August 18, 2017
How To Succeed with Online Therapy: A Newcomer’s Guide
With the growing popularity of telepractice, schools and districts all over the country are embracing it as a viable solution and discovering that it can also be quite transformative. When an online therapy solution is properly implemented, it can be a fantastic complement to virtually any on-site program — helping it achieve more efficacy and efficiency, along with a wider-range of goals and objectives. The purpose of this webinar is to help those who are considering online therapy for the first time better understand: how it works, the benefits and limitations, the costs and requirements, and what is needed to succeed.
Friday, March 31, 2017
How Online Therapy Is Saving Special Ed Programs Thousands of Dollars
With therapist turnover on the rise along with an increasing number of vacancies, budget strapped Special Education departments all over the country are left scrambling to provide critical services. Online therapy services provide a viable solution to help with these critical issues along with a number of unique efficiencies and benefits. In this webinar, the presenters explore and compare the real costs of onsite and online therapies to address common misconceptions as well as show how and when online therapy might actually provide savings to schools and districts.