Children with Special Needs
advocacy strategies and your child's iep
Federal law gives eligible children with disabilities the right to special education and related services to meet their unique needs. Learn how to be the best advocate possible for your child and how to take action if necessary.
EDUCATION SURVIVAL KIT: WHAT PARENTS NEED TO KNOW
Discover the range of services provided by schools to help all children succeed. Gain understanding of common terminology and your Bright Horizons® Special Needs benefit.
supporting your child's lgbtq identity
As your child learns to navigate a world that is not always welcoming, you can be a help to him or her on the journey to self-acceptance, happiness and success. Hear strategies for open and loving communication, how to educate family members and more.
raising a resilient child
Children who face difficulties, learn how to recover from them and then embrace the future with confidence are often the most well-positioned for success. This webinar covers how to raise resilient children and real-life examples to help you know when to step in.
College for kids with intellectual disabilities
More and more students with intellectual disabilities are exploring opportunities for a college education. Discover the three models of post-secondary education for students with intellectual disabilities so your family can decide what's the right fit.
the age of anxiety: managing stress in elementary school
Recent research estimates as many as 1 in 8 children may suffer from an anxiety disorder. Learn the signs and symptoms to watch for, plus how and when to seek help if necessary.
housing and employment for young adults with disabilities
If you have an adult child with a disability, independent living and working after high school and college is possible. This session covers the opportunities available to yound adults with disabilities and additional resources to aid in your decisions.
bullying and cyberbullying basics
One in every four children are bullied in school by the age of 18 – and over half of teens admit to being bullied online. Learn techniques to recognize and prevent bullying behavior and support a child who is being bullied.
homework madness: when school is hard, part 2
Are your child's nightly assignments taking over your family's evenings? You're not alone. Discover strategies that can help you and your child get through the homework grind and even work with the school to address specific needs.
living on overload: self-care for maxed-out parents
Feeling burned out? This session focuses on both sides of the equation – what you can do to take some pressure off and things you can do to improve your experience of a life on overload.
your child's mental health
Kids are feeling the pressure. Some internalize their stress while others lash out in inappropriate ways. Learn about behavior challenges tied to each age, along with what to watch for and how to treat "acting out" and "acting in."