Christina has a Masters Degree in Clinical Behavioral Applications of Psychology. She has spent 15 years as a licensed special education teacher, 12 years providing behavior and developmental support in early intervention, and 1 year as a supervised clinical therapist specializing in supporting children and families. She has been homeschooling her two children for 7 years.
Adapting and Modifying to Support Homeschooling with Special Needs
The purpose of this round table will be to support families who are teaching children with special needs in understanding learning processes, identifying steps and challenges in the educational process, identify and implement adaptations to equipment, tools, environment for educational purposes, develop and implement supports and education for other family members and siblings. Support social emotional development, interaction and engagement with other members of the family and community. Understand and develop resources and tools for future use. Understand and develop expectations that support children’s individual need.