Online – Strengthening Early Learning Transitions Conversations

Strengthening Early Learning Transitions
PAVE Parent Training and Information (PTI) program is partnering with WA State Early learning partners to
listen to families about their experiences.
Who should participate: Families of children who have experienced early intervention
services, preschool or kindergarten
What to expect: Families sharing their own child’s experience moving into early
intervention, preschool, or kindergarten.
The goal: To learn from families to strengthen early learning transitions in Washington.
Consider these three questions and talk about them with us in a listening session or
interview.
1. What are your hopes and dreams for your child as they enter preschool or
kindergarten?
2. What are your fears and challenges?
3. What does success look like for your child?
There is a $25 gift card available for registered participants.
When: (Please register for only 1 session.)
Thursday, May 5th, 2022  Lunch Session Noon – 1:30 PM

Where: Zoom (link for each session will be emailed the day of the event)
Registration links: https://www.tfaforms.com/4973423
Questions: Mari Taylor, Transitions Specialist at mari.taylor@dcyf.wa.gov

Online – Strengthening Early Learning Transitions Conversations

Strengthening Early Learning Transitions
PAVE Parent Training and Information (PTI) program is partnering with WA State Early learning partners to
listen to families about their experiences.
Who should participate: Families of children who have experienced early intervention
services, preschool or kindergarten
What to expect: Families sharing their own child’s experience moving into early
intervention, preschool, or kindergarten.
The goal: To learn from families to strengthen early learning transitions in Washington.
Consider these three questions and talk about them with us in a listening session or
interview.
1. What are your hopes and dreams for your child as they enter preschool or
kindergarten?
2. What are your fears and challenges?
3. What does success look like for your child?
There is a $25 gift card available for registered participants.
When: (Please register for only 1 session.)
Monday April 25, 2022 Night session 7:30-9:00PM

Where: Zoom (link for each session will be emailed day of the event)
Registration links: https://www.tfaforms.com/4973423
Questions: Mari Taylor, Transitions Specialist at mari.taylor@dcyf.wa.gov

Online – Strengthening Early Learning Transitions Conversations

Strengthening Early Learning Transitions
PAVE Parent Training and Information (PTI) program is partnering with WA State Early learning partners to
listen to families about their experiences.
Who should participate: Families of children who have experienced early intervention
services, preschool or kindergarten
What to expect: Families sharing their own child’s experience moving into early
intervention, preschool, or kindergarten.
The goal: To learn from families to strengthen early learning transitions in Washington.
Consider these three questions and talk about them with us in a listening session or
interview.
1. What are your hopes and dreams for your child as they enter preschool or
kindergarten?
2. What are your fears and challenges?
3. What does success look like for your child?
There is a $25 gift card available for registered participants.
When: (Please register for only 1 session.)
Thursday, May 5th, 2022 Night session 6:30-8:00 PM

Where: Zoom (link for each session will be emailed day of the event)
Registration links: https://www.tfaforms.com/4973423
Questions: Mari Taylor, Transitions Specialist at mari.taylor@dcyf.wa.gov

Online – Navigating Special Education – What Every Parent Needs to know

Sherry Mashburn with Washington PAVE will be presenting:
April: Transitions & Graduation Requirements Thursday April 21st 6:00-7:00pm.
May:  Procedural Safeguards Thursday May 19th 6:00 – 7:00 pm.
This is a free event open to our members and the community. Please bring all of your special education questions for this wonderful parent training event.
Time: Apr 21, 2022 06:00-7:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
Meeting ID: 811 1314 6898
Passcode: 018696
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Online – Reframing Possibilities: Meaningful Inclusion – Not If, But How

Join PAVE, Governor’s Office of the Education Ombuds, Inclusion for All, and the Family Engagement Collaborative as we host Guest Speaker Priya Lalvani, Professor of Disability Studies and Inclusive Education at Montclair State University.

Reframing Possibilities: Meaningful Inclusion – Not If, But How

Join Guest Speaker Priya Lalvani:
i. Understand inclusion is not a place, but a practice
ii. Dispel various myths associated with inclusive education
iii. Learn about the difference between individual advocacy and collective advocacy
iv. Call to action: participants define next steps, which could include attending next two workshops
Part of the “Disability Teaches Us” series.

Mar 26, 2022 09:30 AM

 

Online – Caregiver Self-Care: Tools To Help You Secure Your Own Oxygen Mask First

Thank you for registering! Just as a reminder:

What will the training cover? 

  • Mindfulness to support resilience
  • Why a checklist can calm your brain
  • Access to a video library with more self-care content
  • Time for you to share and ask questions

Who is the training for: family caregivers, youth, professionals, anyone experiencing compassion fatigue

When: June 7, 6-7:30 pm. Registration closes 24 hours before the event.

Where:  Zoom (link will be emailed day of the event)

Online – Life After High School: Tools to Help Students W/Disabilities Prepare for Adult Life

What will the training cover? 

  • Transition triangle for an integrated plan
  • High School and Beyond Plan
  • IEP Transition Plan
  • Agencies to help with school-to-work planning
  • Time for your questions

Who is the training for: families of youth with disabilities, youth, professionals engaged with any youth serving system

When: May 10, 6-7:30 pm. Registration closes 24 hours before the event.

Where:  Zoom (link will be emailed day of the event)