Portrait of a happy pretty school girl in the classroomPresenter: Joanne Plescia, PhD

Joanne Plescia, PhD received her Masters in Counseling at Lehigh University, and her Doctorate in Psychology from Texas Tech University. She is a licensed clinical psychologist in New Jersey and Delaware, and is a school certified psychologist in New Jersey. Dr. Plescia also has a private practice, working with families, students and parents. She also served on New Jersey Governor Christie’s ‘Committee on Brain Injury Recommendations.’ Dr. Plescia has served as a Special Services Director in public school districts in New Jersey for over 20 years, holding both a Supervisor and Director certification. Dr. Plescia currently is an administrator in Collingswood Public Schools District, where she is actively involved in creating and growing both pre-vocational and vocational programming for students with special needs.

 

This webinar provides:
– Information about becoming a meaningful member of the Individual Evaluation Plan (IEP) and fairly determining a child’s needs.
– Identify how parents can monitor and report their child’s progress and/or difficulties.
– Provide an analysis of potential post-secondary opportunities where parents, district, and student must work together to create a plan for transitions.

 

PowerPoint Slides

Brain Injury Resources for School Professionals

Helping Students with-Brain Injury Series