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Disabilities and distance learning dilemmas

With Ivette Sarkar and Tammie Sebastian of Ohio Coalition for the Education of Children with Disabilities (OCECD)

Podcasts supported by  Ernst and Young

Presented: 2020

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Description of Presentation

As you are implementing distance learning at home, what services are you entitled to? If your child is helped by an aide or nurse at school, can that person be transferred into the home? Should services such as counseling, occupational, physical or speech therapy be available virtually? What should you do now that your spring IEP meeting has been canceled and your summer ESY plans or scholarship eligibility is uncertain? Ivette Sarkar and Tammie Sebastian from the Ohio Coalition for the Education of Children with Disabilities (OCECD) will be answering these and other questions you have about educating children with disabilities at home.

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