District Departments > Special Education > Post Secondary Planning > Glenbrook Special Education Parent Group
September 22, 2014
What: When Teens Push Your Buttons; How To Maintain Your Sanity and Still Be A Good Parent
Presenter: Gary R. Hill, Psy.D, LMFT, CSADC, GRH Consulting
Where: Glenbrook South High School
October 22, 2014
What: Social Connections for Students with Special Needs
Presenter: Hollie Sobel, PhD, The Family Institute at Northwestern
Where: Glenbrook South
What: Behind the Orange Curtain: A Look At The Prescription Drug Epidemic
Presenter: Sara Watts, MA, LPC, Rosecrance
January 29, 2015
What: Managing Stress and Anxiety, Sponsored by Glenbrook 225 Special Education Parent Association
Learn strategies to help adolescents build a competitive edge/function in uncomfortable and stressful situations.
Time: 8:30am to 10:00am
Where: Lyceum (Room 103) at Glenbrook South High School, 4000 West Lake Avenue, Glenview, IL http://www.glenbrook225.org/gbs/home
Who: Jackie Rhew, LPC, CADC - Licensed Professional Counselor and Certified Substance Abuse Specialist
Jackie received her Bachelor of Social Work from Valparaiso University and her Master of Clinical Psychology from Capella University. Currently Jackie is the Assistant Director of the School Anxiety/Refusal Program at Alexian Brothers Behavioral Health Hospital in Hoffman Estates. Her past experience has focused in with adolescents and young adults dealing with eating disorders, self injury, substance abuse, grief issues, trauma, depression, and anxiety.
PLEASE JOIN US FOR AN INFORMATIVE PUNS Program (survey tool called the Prioritization of Urgency of Need for Service), Registration will ensure that individuals are on a state waitlist for future services.
Time: 6:00-9:00 pm
Where: NSSED offices, 760 Red Oak Lane, Highland Park
Description: NSSED is offering this convenience for our families. It is our goal to have every student in the ELS Program registered for the PUNS. All individuals, regardless of age, should be registered. Eligible students qualify if they have a developmental disability. This is the time to think about what your loved one with a disability needs to be successful, either in your home or in the community. Keep in mind that this is NOT the time to be proud. It is time to let your needs be known and inform the state of your needs as well. The process for filling out the PUNS survey involves a face-to-face meeting with a caseworker, the person with the disability, and a family member or guardian.
RSVP and questions email: firstname.lastname@example.org
WHEN YOU EMAIL TO CONFIRM WE WILL SET UP A SPECIFIC APPOINTMENT FOR YOU, TO MINIMIZE WAITING AND TO SERVE YOU MORE EFFECIENTLY. This meeting is confidential and will take approximately 30 minutes.
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March 19, 2015
Topic: The Most Common Parent Trap: What can I do if my teen has started using drugs?
This workshop is for parents of teens who are experimenting or in a pattern of use with alcohol and drugs.
Attend this workshop to receive valuable information on how to help recapture the relationship your family had before drugs and alcohol entered your child's life.
David Lee is the founder of Indiana based Intervention Services, the largest intervention service provider in North America. Mr. Lee has more than 10 years of experience in interventions, addiction counseling, family systems, and recovery. His professional background includes development of the S.M.A.R.T. model of interventions, CEO of Sober Solutions, Inc., and Program Developer and Director of the A Forever Recovery Program in Battle Creek, Michigan.
Where: Glenbrook South High School Lecture Hall (Lyceum Room #103)
Time: 7:00 to 8:30 p.m.
If you have any questions, please email:
Ginna Pugh: email@example.com
Patty Baeckelandt: firstname.lastname@example.org
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