Links

Jackie's presentation can be found here

Jackie on Facebook: What We Need Yesterday

Jaydne's Wednesday Warrior.

Synaptic Plasticity - Dr. Richard Huganir, Ph.D.

Crisis in Crisis Care - National Council on Severe Autism

Amazon List

Behavior Analyst Certification Board

NCSA National Grassroots Networks

These are our introductory comments

Our presentation today is on ‘Severe Behaviors and Advocacy.’

I have the pleasure to introduce today’s speaker, Jackie Kancir.  Jackie is the parent to 18-year-old Jaydne who has Syngap1. Jackie is also the older sibling of an individual with disabilities. In high school she founded an organization to promote integration of disabled students and their neurotypical peers.

Jackie started blogging in 2008. Her background includes IEP advocacy for families of children with disabilities,  Development Director for a 501(c)3 veterans program, advocacy focus on crisis care, committee member on National Council on Severe Autism Policy, and she’s a Scholar of Partners in Policymaking by Tennessee Council on Developmental Disabilities. Jackie is also Editor of ‘What We Need Yesterday’ which can be accessed via Facebook.

A recorded version of this webinar will be available on the SRF website under Webinars on the Family menu.

By the end of this presentation you will have the opportunity to get the answers to your questions.  We’d love to hear from you. Please write your question in the Q&A.

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