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Attend free workshops on a wide variety of disability topics, either in person at locations in all five boroughs, or remotely through online workshops and live streams to learn on your own time.

Popular topics include:

Understanding Your Child's IEP: How to read your child's Individualized Education Program, understand the sections, and learn where to find recommendations and important information.

The Special Education Advocate: Learn how to speak up for your special education student. Become your student’s best advocate and get them the support and services they need at school.

Advocacy Skills for Parents: Learn how to speak up for your child with a disability. Become your child's best advocate and get them the support and services they need in any situation, including in school, in the community, and with health care.

Parenting a Child with a Disability: One of INCLUDEnyc's family educators will share their personal and professional experiences parenting and advocating for their child with disabilities. Discussion includes navigating the NYC public school system, relationships with family members, and other communities.

Transition and Life After High School: Understand options, identify goals, and develop an action plan for your child with a disability. Help your young adult transition to a meaningful life of learning, earning, and independence.

Special Education Mediation: Are you having problems with your child’s special education? Learn about mediation and how it can solve them.

For a complete list of possible workshop topics, click here.
Contact Rich Overton at 212-677-4650, ext. 11
Want to learn more about special education or disabilities? Book a workshop with an INCLUDEnyc educator for your parents, colleagues, or friends. Call us or click here, and we can help bring one of our free workshops to your school, library, or community organization.

Contact Rich Overton at 212-677-4650, ext. 11
INCLUDEnyc creates customized professional development programs to support your whole staff, including general education teachers, special educators, paraprofessionals, administrative/clerical staff, and youth workers. We are now also a Department of Education-approved vendor! Please call us so we can discuss your specific needs and tailor a program just for you.