Michigan Alliance for Families proudly presents our webinar series! A webinar is an online presentation you can attend without having to leave your home or office. It’s an opportunity to hear an expert speak for about an hour on a topic that interests you. Live webinars are listed first, scroll down to find our On Demand Webinar selections.
September 18th What is Early On®? with Kelly Orginski from Michigan Alliance for Families
This webinar will give an overview of the system of supports and services for children under age three in Michigan. We will discuss the resources, information, and support available to parents and community members. FLYER
September 25th Early On® and the Law with Mark McWilliams from Michigan Protection and Advocacy Service.
This webinar will explain your rights and responsibilities (known as procedural safeguards) under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). We will also cover the right to and benefits of natural environments. FLYER
October 2nd Early On® and Transition with Sandee Koski from Michigan Alliance for Families.
This webinar will explain the transition out of the Early On® system. Including timelines, transition plans, and moving from an IFSP (Individualized Family Support Plan) to an IEP (Individualized Education Program). FLYER
On Demand Webinars
We have an archive of webinars available for when you need access to learn, understand, and manage topics related to special education. Our webinars (like all of our learning opportunities) are free for parents, caregivers, and educators.
We partner with experts from across the state to present “live” webinars at specific times. Each archived webinar and the accompanying Powerpoint presentation (PPT) is listed below. You have the option of downloading the Windows Media Video (WMV) file, or viewing directly on the Michigan Alliance for Families YouTube channel (www.youtube.com/MichiganAlliance). We have answers to many webinar how-to questions on our FAQ page. If you need more assistance, please contact us.
- Assistive Technology
- Individualized Education Program (IEP)
- Positive Behavior Supports (PBS)
- Problem Solving
- Section 504
- Transitioning to Adulthood