Interview with Jana Parker, Licensed Educational Psychologist

Recently, I was interviewed by Jana Parker, Licensed Educational Psychologist, on her podcast and passion project EduSwitchboard, where she connects families to valuable community resources.  It was so much fun!

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“It Takes a Village!” – Speaking at the Infant Development Association of California 2019 Annual Conference

I’m excited that I had the opportunity yet again to speak at the Infant Development Association of California’s Annual Conference. This time they blended the Northern and Southern California Conferences together so it was an even more powerful, enriching experience for all those who attended.

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Presenting at the Department of Developmental Services Early Start Partners Symposium

I was so honored to be asked by the Department of Developmental Services (DDS) to speak at the 2019 Annual Early Start Partners Symposium.

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Special Needs Parent Support Group Is Going ONLINE

The shelter-in-place situation is hard. The silence in the streets is deafening, and eerie. Seeing other neighbors out walking their dogs or getting some exercise lifts my spirits, especially as we wave and say, “hello!” But it’s odd. It’s stressful. Everyone is starving for connection.

In light of the COVID-19 challenge, our Special Needs Parent Support & Education Group is going ONLINE – and I’m happy to say, we will now be meeting WEEKLY – YAY!

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COVID-19 – Protect Your Family and Others – Help Keep Everyone Safe!

Recently, US schools started closing due to the Coronavirus. In the Bay Area, we’re currently on lockdown or “shelter-in-place” as it is more commonly known. Everyone knows the continuity of learning is essential, especially for differently abled children but school closures and staying home are imperative in order to keep our community and our kids safe.

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