1 | CPIR’s Resource Collection on Trauma-Informed Care
2 | Advocacy in Action: A Guide to Local Special Education Parent Advisory Councils
- Listen to the webinar and view the slides
- Download slideshow for the Resource Collection on Trauma-Informed Care
- Explore the Resource Collection on Trauma-Informed Care
- Go to the SEPAC guide online
- Download a PDF of the SEPAC guide
Host: Center for Parent Information and Resources (CPIR)
Date: December 5, 2018
The first part of this webinar describes the contents and organization of CPIR’s Resource Collection on Trauma-Informed Care. with lots of examples given. The collection was developed and reviewed by a team of Parent Centers specifically for the Parent Center network to use in their work supporting and empowering parents and families of children with disabilities.
The webinar also takes you on a live tour of CPIR’s Advocacy in Action: Guide to Local Special Education Parent Advisory Councils. The guide is an online road map to help bring stakeholders together, suggests strategies to help them engage in dialogue, and offers best practice tips and tools to help them work together to benefit the local community. The guide draws on the experience and practice of Parent Centers where local SEPACs have been in operation for decades.
Kelly Henderson | Formed Families Forward, VA
Gaile Osborne | FIRST Parent Center, NC
Terri Leyton & Laura Weber | ECAC, NC
Karen Antone | Project Consultant
Download the Slideshow on Trauma-Informed Care
Only the slides describing CPIR’s Resource Collection on Trauma-Informed Care are available for download, in either the original PowerPoint file or as a PDF.
The tour of the Advocacy in Action guide was conducted live and online, not using a slide deck. Therefore, the information about the guide that was shared in this webinar is only available by viewing the archived webinar recording itself (linked at the top of this page, once available).