Tracey talks with Dr. Seena Skelton from the Great Lakes Equity Center about how the zeitgeist of the Civil Rights movemens of the 1960's helped to propel disability rights to the fore.
Archive for the 'Special Education' Category
Tracey Malesa-Wheaton sits down with Dr. Joel Haber, clinical psychologist and nationally renown bullying expert to discuss the impact of this problem and how parents can help their children deal with it more effectively.
In this Podcast, Tracey Malesa-Wheaton speaks with author and special education expert Rick LaVoie about how we as adults can become more adept at helping to facilitate friendships for children with learning disabilities.
Tracey Malesa-Wheaton talks with Special Education Expert, Dr. Mitchell Yell from the University of South Carolina about the questions submitted by INSOURCE listeners and how those specific special education law conundrums might best be solved for.
In this podcast I speak with Heather Meyer, LMHC and certified Nurtured Heart Approach trainer about children with difficult behaviors, behavior plans, and how the nurtured heart approach can help these very special children by using a very straight forward and common sense approach.
Rylin Rogers joins me from Family Voices of Indiana / Family to Family Health information Center to discuss Medicaid Waivers and the process for application as well as the distinction between the various brands of waivers.
Roberta Milliken, CRC and Regional Supervisor from Indiana Vocational Rehabilitation Services joins Tracey Malesa-Wheaton to discuss why vocational rehabilitation services is an important resource for young adults transitioning from school.
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