Real Parents Real ResultsNov 06, 2020
Does the BACB enforce its ethics codes?
The Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) is responsible for certifying professionals in the world of behavior analysis. Your child may be working with a behaviorist in school or through insurance-provided services. How well-qualified are these behaviorists? Some parents who have worked with ineffective or unprofessional behaviorists have put the BACB’s code of ethics to the test. This episode of Real Parents Real Results interviews Kip Oren about his experience. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
The BACB’s code of ethics can be found here: https://www.bacb.com/ethics-information/ethics-codes/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EdJKU55IAVU&t=8s Call with Misty Bloom, then-legal counsel for the BACB
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Dumbing Us Down?
SJ Barakony talks with us about "Dumbing Us Down", by John Taylor Gatto. SJ is a Creative Educational Disruptor, founder of SBSL ; in so many words, he's a self-proclaimed education sherpa, a Consultant, Mentor, family Advisor, Group Facilitator, Super Connector, guest Blogger and Futurist.
SJ is a lifelong Ohio-an with a boundless appreciation for people, entrepreneurship, liberty, & learning.
He has ties to multiple business ventures: He started his own education business, SBSL: An Educational Solutions Provider, in late 2011; over the next 8+ years, he has been offered a number of opportunities to partner with other founders, inc. the H7 Network; StartUpSpace; BeeKonnected, & Web Strategy + / Social Media Enthusiasts.
SJ can be contacted at https://bit.ly/SJonLinkedIn and email@example.com!
FASD Hope advocates for those with a lesser known disability
Natalie Vecchione of FASD Hope https://www.fasdhope.com/ talked to Real Parents. Real Results about her organization. FASD stands for fetal alcohol spectrum disorder. She learned firsthand how to advocate for her child affected by FASD.
NCDNPE North Carolina division of non public education https://ncadmin.nc.gov/about-doa/divisions/division-non-public-education
HSLDA.org Home School Legal Defense Association
book, “Blazing New Homeschool Trails: Educating and Launching Teens with Developmental Disabilities”
What Happens When You Disagree?
What happens when you disagree with your child’s placement in a school special education program? Listen to find out what parents' options are when a disagreement with school placement arises. theparentingfrontier.com https://www.instagram.com/parentingfrontier/ https://www.facebook.com/ParentingFrontier
Is the IDEA ableist?
Is the Individuals with Disabilities in Education Act (the IDEA) ableist by giving preference to general education classrooms with non-disabled children? By making this the default destination for all children, it means that disabled children are not the ideal peers, in the eyes of the law. Is this ableism? https://www.instagram.com/parentingfrontier/ https://theparentingfrontier.com/ https://www.facebook.com/ParentingFrontier
Do not let the status quo get in your way
SJ Barakony, a Creative Educational Disruptor, founder of SBSL, self-proclaimed education sherpa, a Consultant, Mentor, family Advisor, Group Facilitator, Super Connector, guest Blogger and Futurist tells us about 3 of his educational philosophies: Classical, TJED (Thomas Jefferson Educational Model) and Libre.
Good reads recommended by SJ: “Dumbing Us Down” by John Taylor Gatto
“A whole new mind” - Daniel Pink
“Four Centuries of American Education” - David Barton
Publication “Stop stealing dreams” - seth godin
Social media can be useful for forming learning pods and co-ops.
SJ video: https://bit.ly/SpotlightVid-SBSL
More good stuff is available on https://www.everythingdisc.com/sbsl-education
What is an advocate?
What is an advocate and how can one help you? https://theparentingfrontier.com https://www.instagram.com/parentingfrontier/ https://www.facebook.com/ParentingFrontier
Author Aaron Wright tells us why he wrote Thirteen Doors
He also tells how he advocated for his child with autism. His website includes a link to the book launch event: https://www.authoraaronwright.com/
Find him on Instagram @authoraaronwright
Book “Thirteen Doors” available on Amazon
Advocating for children with PANS/PANDAS
Kirsten Ross joins us to talk about her child's experience with PANS/PANDAS. Kirsten is the host of the podcast “Live and Lead for Impact”, author and business coach. She authored the leadership books “Defeat the Drama!” and “From People Problems to Productivity” and has been featured as an expert for media such as: NBC Nightly News, Fox 2 News, National Public Radio and for publications such as Entrepreneur Magazine, Working Mother Magazine and Crains. http://defeatthedrama.com http://podcast.defeatthedrama.com
Talking about dyslexia with a special ed attorney
Norma Francullo, Esq. is a special education attorney and also the mother of children with dyslexia. She founded a group for parents of special education children which grew into her district's SEPAG. She's also an active member of Decoding Dyslexia NJ https://decodingdyslexianj.org/about-dd-nj/ She can be reached at email: firstname.lastname@example.org and her website is www.francullolaw.com to answer questions about dyslexia and other special education issues.
Starting an organization with proactive programs
Gary Weitzen founded POAC Autism Services after a near-tragedy involving his son. POAC programs aim to prevent tragedies and socialize children and adults with autism. Visit https://www.poac.net to find information on social events, the Autism Shield program, the clergy conference and more. Find out about these NJ resources by listening to this information-packed episode of Real Parents. Real Results: Schafer Sports Center https://schafersports.com - teaching autistic individuals how to swim, No Limits Cafe, Red Bank, NJ https://www.nolimitscafe.org for job training, Allaire Community Farm https://allairecommunityfarm.org and support on Facebook “New Jersey Autism Warriors”.
All About Early Intervention
Tara Murphy talks about her experiences with early intervention and the importance of starting early with the proper intensity. The Parenting Frontier is a non-attorney advocate group for children with special needs and learning disabilities. Contact us at email@example.com and find us on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/parentingfrontier/ or our website https://theparentingfrontier.com/ OR on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/ParentingFrontier/
Don't sit idly by
A conversation with Stuart Chaifetz, a father who advocated for his child by taking matters into his own hands when a problem arose. "Don't sit idly by. Don't waste a minute" before taking action, Stuart advises parents. He created "No More Teacher Bullies" which has been viewed by millions.
Biologically and emotionally connected
A conversation with Roxanne Portella-Zsido about how she advocates for her son in creative ways.
Learn As Much As You Can
Talking with Laura Waters from NJ Left Behind about how she advocated for her son starting at a young age.
Real Parents. Real Results. Introduction
This is an introduction to the world of true advocacy for your child with special needs or learning disabilities. Website: https://theparentingfrontier.com