Workshop Title

Appropriate Evaluations and IEPs for Students with ASD

Brief Biography

Rosemary E. Mullaly, J.D., is the Chestnut Hill College Autism Initiative Coordinator and a Special Education Mediator for the PA Office for Dispute Resolution. She has presented legal seminars to public school professionals, parents, and attorneys throughout Pennsylvania. She is an experienced advisor on special education funding, IEP development and transition to adult life planning for individuals with ASD. She received her B.A. magna cum laude from St. Joseph’s University, and her law degree cum laude from Boston College Law School. She has a twelve-year old son with an autism spectrum disorder.

Workshop Description

While many schools have a grasp on the academic needs of students with ASD, often overlooked in the IEP are social, pragmatic language and adaptive skills. This presentation will provide strategies for obtaining what students with ASD need to address all of their educational needs without compromising their emotional well-being.

Start Date

3-5-2013 2:15 PM

End Date

3-5-2013 3:30 PM

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May 3rd, 2:15 PM May 3rd, 3:30 PM

Appropriate Evaluations and IEPs for Students with ASD

While many schools have a grasp on the academic needs of students with ASD, often overlooked in the IEP are social, pragmatic language and adaptive skills. This presentation will provide strategies for obtaining what students with ASD need to address all of their educational needs without compromising their emotional well-being.