A Parent’s Guide To Assessment 2: My Child Has Been Evaluated, Now What? Putting Results In Motion

This webinar is about how to better understand assessment results, as well as how to use ongoing assessment to guide treatment planning and implementation. Understanding common assessment scores, the importance of individualized treatment recommendations, and measuring progress will be covered.

Presented by Claire Schutte, Psy.D., BCBA-D, Psychologist at the Johnson Center

Register for this upcoming webinar: A Parent’s Guide To Assessment 2: My Child Has Been Evaluated, Now What? Putting Results In Motion.

Published by Puzzled Mommy

I'm a warrior mom to nothing but boys! I am the only girl in my house which means i'm the queen. I'm a 30 something, Chicana, a Warrior mom, Advocate, Marketing Director, a Daughter, a Sister, a Military Mom, a Tia, a G-ma, a Friend, a Chacon, an Espinosa, a McNiel #Huelga #Resist I'm a mom that buy's "organic" "green" & "made in the USA!" My hubby calls me: "Mi Amor", "Mi Vida", "Mi Corazon", "Babe" or "McNiel" and my son's call me: "Mom" or "Mama". I love social media, laughing, smiling, gardening, decorating, traveling (when i can) and of all things: cleaning my house! I like going for rides on the Harley's, colorful tattoo's, eBaying & browsing Etsy as often as i can, fighting for a cause, & empowering myself and those around me. I have a great job at Poverello House as the Director of Volunteer Services. I have met and continue to meet individuals at Poverello House who will remain a special part of my life. I truly learn something new everyday!

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