Behavioral Health & Hard to Place, Hard to Serve, Part 1
January 28 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
With regulations governing the safety and health of all students, those students with mental health challenges are sometimes very difficult to serve. This training will discuss what social emotional health means, what struggles various types of schools have in serving students with complex needs, and how social emotional behavior can be addressed through remote learning and while maintaining compliance with laws and regulations.
- Alitza Shoss, LCSW, School Social Worker, Schalmont Middle School
- Rose Fera, Clinical Supervisor, School at Northeast (Northern Rivers)
- Steve Oill, Parent/Certified Family Peer Advocate, Northern Rivers Family of Services
Date/Time: Thursday, January 28, 2021
Program: 10AM – 12PM
SPACE IS LIMITED. Upon completing registration, you will receive an e-mail with webinar call-in information.
All trainings will have closed captioning. ASL interpretation available upon request.
Need additional information or any accommodations? Contact Helen Hellmuth at DRNY. [email protected] or 518.512.4927