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Screen Hygiene Workshop

How does screen time go at your house?

If your Orchid is like most, then getting them off the screen might be a struggle. If you’d like some ideas for how to set limits around screen time, how to eliminate the constant negotiations, and help your Orchid transition off the screen more easily, we hope you’ll come to our Screen Hygiene workshop.

In this workshop, we’re talking all things screen time, including:

  • How (and why) to set limits
  • Why your Orchid acts the way they do around screens
  • What to do when things don’t go as planned

For $24.99 you’ll have:

  • Information you can use right now to help your Orchid (and you!) move through screen time battles more easily.
  • A better understanding of why your Orchid can’t seem to “stop it” and get off the screen.
  • Strategies to help your Orchid work with (and not against) their own brains.

IEP Workshop

Individualized Education Program is what the letters IEP stands for. It is a LEGAL DOCUMENT that is meant to be a roadmap for students in charter and public schools who struggle to access the curriculum and who qualify under the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA) for services.

Services like: counseling, speech therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, as well as other academic services like reading or math intervention, and accommodations (like extra time on tests, adapted materials for curriculum access, written cues, etc.).

We are grateful to have Dr. James Siddall, a Licensed School Psychologist and the owner of JDS Psychoeducational Services, to lead this conversation with us. Dr. Siddall has worked as a practicing School Psychologist in Arlington for seven years, at both the high school and elementary school levels, before moving into private practice. He’s seen all sides of the IEP process.

For $25.00 you’ll have:

  • Precise language that matters in an IEP meeting
  • Specific things to ask for in your child’s IEP
  • Why IEPs are actually important (and how they differ from private services)
  • Time for Q&A about your child’s IEP