Coming in February…..Members Only Book Study!

Join us for “Lunch and Learn”, the first and second Thursdays of the month from 12:00-1:00. 

On the first Thursday of the month, we will meet to discuss a section of Special Education Law by Peter and Pamela Wright. Along with this, we will look at where the state regulations fit in. Pages being discussed for the month will be included in the monthly event description. Come and network with others while discussing this book and how the sections can apply to your advocacy.

On February 2, we will begin discussing Pages 3-10Register Here!

On the second Thursday of the month, we will meet to discuss a section from the book From Emotions to Advocacy by Peter and Pamela Wright. Through these discussions, we hope that you will take away tools to plan, prepare, and organize your advocacy efforts. This book is a great tool for both parents and advocates.

On February 9, we will discuss the Introduction and Chapter OneRegister Here!

MetroWest Mediation Training Information Webinar & Registration

Grow your advocacy skills by becoming a trained mediator!

Learn mediation skills to help resolve disputes, work more effectively with families and schools, and better serve your clients. This 30-hour training meets the Massachusetts Trial Court requirements for mediation training. Conducted over 5 days, this highly interactive training will teach you the process and skills of mediation through roleplays, simulations, group exercises and presentations.

You can use the webinar link to watch the recorded Informational Webinar to learn more about this offering or the registration link to reserve a spot in one of the upcoming classes.

Join Us!

On Demand Webinar – MetroWest Mediation Services – Informational Webinar 

MetroWest Mediation Training Registration -Click for session date and times!

A special discount is available for registrations prior to March 1st – please email [email protected] for a promo code for $75.00 off the price of registration!

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