What: 1.0 CEU (BACB)/ 1 CEU (QABA)
Who: Presented by Charlotte Dudley, M.Ed, Special Education Advocate
Hosted by Melissa Druskis, M.S., BCBA, LBA
Have you ever sat in an ARD meeting at a school, and not known what you “could” say? This presentation will be an overview of various parts of the IEP and how an attending BCBA can effectively contribute to the development of an educational plan. We will identify the critical components of an IEP, their purpose, and what you want to see and advocate for in each area.
About the presenter:
Charlotte Dudley graduated from Texas A&M with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. She earned a Master's Degree in Special Education from Armstrong Atlantic State University specializing in Emotional and Behavioral Disorders. Charlotte is certified PK-12 as a Special Education Teacher, and has worked with students with special needs since 1994. She is a graduate of the Institute for Special Education Advocacy(ISEA) at William & Mary Law School, has completed Wrights Law Special Education Advocacy Training and is a member of the Council of Parents Attorney and Advocates (COPAA). She attends yearly conferences for ongoing professional development and in 2019 completed COPAA's Advance Special Education Advocacy Conference Training.
Over the years, Charlotte has worked with a variety of special education eligibilities across the continuum of special education settings including inclusion, resource, self-contained and life skills classrooms. Having served as a teacher and a Special Education Team Leader, Charlotte has advocated for her students both inside and outside of the classroom.
Not only does Charlotte have professional experience with students having special needs, she also understands what it is like to have a child with a special education eligibility. She has advocated for her own child within the public school system, giving her a unique perspective when she advocates for her clients.
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