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PEDIATRIC EPILEPSY SURGERY CONFERENCE
AND FAMILY REUNION
JULY 5 - 8, 2017
HILTON ORLANDO • ORLANDO, FLORIDA

Surround yourself with people who get it, learn from experts, and form lifelong bonds. This year’s event will be held at the spectacular Hilton Orlando resort, with two temperature-controlled pools, lazy river, whirlpool, a winding water slide, tennis, volleyball, and basketball courts, an inexpensive trolley ride away from International Drive‘s shopping, attractions, and dining experiences, including SeaWorld and Universal Orlando Resort, and a 7-mile shuttle ride away from DisneyWorldEpcot, and other area attractions! For more information, including registration, see the General Information tab below.

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Friday, July 7 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
A Step-By-Step Guide to Individual Education Plans - PT 3

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This is an intensive, multi-hour program which will address the nuts and bolts of developing an appropriate IEP for your child.  We will break for lunch at 11:45 and return at 1:30 to finish the sessions.

Please bring a copy of your child's IEP to this session. 

Speakers
avatar for Jennifer Cicia, M. Ed.

Jennifer Cicia, M. Ed.

Coordinator of Education and Training Programs, Center for Autism and Related Disabilities - University of Central Florida
Jennifer joined the Center for Autism and Related Disabilities in November, 2011. She received a BA in Psychology and an M.Ed in Exceptional Education, both from James Madison University in Harrisonburg, VA. Jennifer started working with children on the autism spectrum in 2003 as an in-home specialist with... Read More →
avatar for Monika Jones, JD

Monika Jones, JD

President, The Brain Recovery Project
Monika Jones serves as Program Chair and is CEO and Board Chair of The Brain Recovery Project, where she served as the principal investigator for the NIH research conference grant for the 2014 International Workshop on Brain Plasticity, Hemispheric Specialization, and Neuro-rehab... Read More →
avatar for Audrey Vernick

Audrey Vernick

Director of Educational Training and Advocacy, The Brain Recovery Project
Audrey Vernick serves as the Director of Educational Training and Advocacy for The Brain Recovery Project and is responsible for coordinating the design, development, and launch of its new Educational Advocate Program which commenced the summer of 2016. Audrey is certified by the Council of Parent and Attorney Advocates in their Special Education Advocate Training (SEAT) program. The year-long SEAT program is the only nationally developed and recognized course that provides participants with training to become a special education advocate. The course is based in part on the SEAT Curriculum developed through a partnership between COPAA and Children's Hospital of Los Angeles (CHLA) University Center for Excellence, University of Southern California, on a three year demonstration grant funded by the U.S . Department of Education in 2005. The grant funded portion of the project ended in 2009, resulting in development of a model curriculum for advocacy training that was vetted through 3 cohorts under the direction of a 10 member National Advisory Board, and several members of the COPAA Training Committee, all of whom are nationally recognized special education advocates and... Read More →


Friday July 7, 2017 1:30pm - 3:00pm
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