Special Education Parent Advisory Council (SEPAC)
The Falmouth Special Education Parent Advisory Council (SEPAC) is here to provide information, support, and assistance to parents of children with disabilities. Children with disabilities cover the gamut from small accommodations to addressing complex special education needs.
The SEPAC relies on parent input and involvement. Please consider joining our group to give your child a voice in their education.
To effectively support your child’s Special Education programming, we urge you to join the SEPAC. Contact Terry Alves-Hunter, Chairperson, at firstname.lastname@example.org
You may also contact Donna Bordieri at the Administration Building at 508-548-0151 x 143 to leave your name and contact information.
Our next meeting is on February 6, 2024 at 7:00 pm and will include a webinar and live Q & A on anxiety disorders. Please see below for details.
A free webinar sponsored by the Falmouth, Hamilton/Wenham, Hingham, North Andover, Northbridge, Northboro/Southboro, and Norwell SEPACs
"Anxiety in Relation to Learning/Developmental Disabilities and How to Address in the IEP"
Anxiety disorders are becoming increasingly common among children and adolescents, especially in the wake of the pandemic. Given the rising numbers of affected children and adolescents, it has become increasingly important that a student’s emotional health is addressed both at home through private counseling, as well as through the provision of school-based services. When students experience a high level of unmitigated anxiety throughout the day, they are less able to learn and meet their potential. This presentation will discuss the overlap between anxiety and learning challenges and how to seek services for anxiety through the school district.
Join Pediatric Neuropsychologists Dr. Erin Gibbons and Dr. Moira Creedon from NESCA’s Plainville and Hingham locations for a free webinar and live Q&A
Date: Tuesday, February 6, 2024
Time: 7:00PM - 8:30PM ET
About the Presenters:
Erin Gibbons, Ph.D., Pediatric Neuropsychologist; Plainville OfficeDirector
Dr. Gibbons evaluates children presenting with a range of attentional, learning, and developmental disabilities. She has a particular interest in children with autism spectrum disorders, intellectual disabilities, and those with complex medical histories.
Moira Creedon, Ph.D., Pediatric Neuropsychologist; Hingham OfficeDirector
Dr. Creedon offers her expertise in evaluating children and teens with a variety of presenting issues. She is interested in uncovering an individual’s unique pattern of strengths and weaknesses to best formulate a plan for intervention and success. She tailors each assessment to address a range of referral questions, such as developmental disabilities, including Autism Spectrum Disorder, learning disabilities, attention challenges, executive functioning deficits, and social-emotional struggles.