JAA Your Way - The importance of Inclusion in the Synagogue: A Family Perspective

JAA Your Way - The importance of Inclusion in the Synagogue: A Family Perspective

Presented by Rabbi Nogah Marshall, Educational Director & Nicole Landau, Inclusion Taskforce Char for Congregation Beth El, Voorhees, NJ

In this webinar we will discuss how and why an inclusion program benefits the synagogue and its members. We will also discuss the challenges in creating an inclusive environment and how to meet the needs of the members.

Creating Organization within Chaos

Parents and caregivers of children are faced with balancing multiple responsibilities on a daily basis: housework, childcare, errands, work, etc! Parents and caregivers of children with special needs are faced with all of those responsibilities PLUS the added challenges of raising a child or children with unique behaviors and needs.

Insight into the Anxious Learner: Research and Intervention

The negative impact of anxiety on all areas of cognitive functioning, particularly attention and learning, has been well established in educational and psychological research. However, more recent studies suggest that the relationship between these variables is more complex than originally theorized. This workshop will provide a review of the theories of academic anxiety, discuss facets of executive functioning, and clarify the relationship between these factors and student performance in individuals with and without learning disabilities.

From Child to Adult: Navigating the Legal Transition as Your Child Turns 18

Guardianships are a powerful tool that many children with special needs may require when they become an adult, but should be implemented only when other, less restrictive, approaches to surrogate decision making are not appropriate. Join us to learn what your options are and how they, combined with Special Needs Trusts, can protect your child as they transition into adulthood.

Featuring guest speaker from Serra Law Group: Anthony Serra, Esq

Supplemental Security Income (SSI) application process for children with disabilities

The process of applying for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) for children with disabilities under 18 years of age is very different from applying as an adult. Join us as Gina Diouf, District Manager, Social Security New Brunswick and Everett Lo, Social Security Regional Public Affairs Office discuss the eligibility requirements and application process for children age 18 and younger applying for SSI.


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