Greater Rochester Task Force

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About the Greater Rochester Task Force

Challenging Behavior in School:
Navigating Confusing,

and Difficult Situations

January 16, 2019


Monroe 2 - Orleans BOCES Admin Bldg
Professional Development Ctr
3599 Big Ridge Road
Spencerport NY

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Challenging behaviors can be hard to manage for both families and school personnel. All behavior has meaning and is often an attempt to meet a need. We will provide information about the root of behavior, and what strategies and processes—both informal and formal—can be applied to address these situations. We will discuss how families and schools can collaborate on these processes.

Presenters: Hailey Lehman (Regional Behavior Specialist) and Alissa Mayer (Regional Special Education Training Specialist), from the Midwest Regional Special Education Technical Assistance Support Center, along with a panel of school staff and parents who will share real-life scenarios.

Audience: Parents, School Staff and Agency Staff

Or call 585-224-7372
Bag Lunch can be ordered at registration for $5 or bring your own.

The Central New York Task Force is committed to improving educational access and outcomes for students with disabilities through a collaborative regional and statewide network of stakeholders representing a variety of perspectives in addressing the special education needs of students in Livingston, Monroe, Ontario and Yates  counties, as well as New York State.

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