Who Is This Webinar For?

You have successfully learned the first step in creating a Student Education Plan (SEP)––how to document your child’s present levels of performance.  In part 2 of our special needs webinar series, you’ll delve into the process of writing meaningful and achievable learning goals for your child, another important aspect of developing a SEP.Join us on July 18 at 7:00 p.m. ET!

We will explore resources that help identify specific growth and development areas and strategies to tailor educational objectives to meet the individual needs of your unique learner. By establishing clear and measurable goals, parents can play an active role in guiding their child's educational journey and promoting long-term success!

Some More Topics We’ll Discuss

  • How do I tailor goals to my unique child?
  • What are some examples of effective learning objectives?
  • Can goals address diverse learning styles?
  • What do I do if my child is far behind her grade level?

Workshop will stream live on July 18 at 7:00 p.m. ET. (We’ll email you a link to the recording after the event.)

About This Series:

This five-part webinar series will provide valuable insights, tools, and resources for creating a SEP that meets your child's unique needs. Through proactive planning, goal setting, and collaboration, you can effectively advocate for your child’s education and support them in their journey toward success.

Meet The Speakers

  • Rochelle Matthews-Somerville, PhD, Rochelle has over 20 years of clinical experience serving youth and their families in the filed of Early Childhood and Special Education. She has a passion for teaching and loves speaking at local conferences and across local school districts.
  • Cheri Kay Sessions, PT, DPT, 15+ years' experience as a pediatric physical therapist, special needs advocate, and homeschooling mom. Cheri Kay's three amazing children were all adopted internationally and have a variety of unique needs.
  • Carla Fuller, MA, 20+ years experience as a clinical marriage, family and child development specialist, focusing on the teen years. She has served the homeschool community in many capacities.