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2021 Virtual Spring Conference

Addressing Student & Practitioner Needs: National & Local Perspectives

The Thursday and Friday sessions will be offered both live and as a recording until May 7. If you attend the recorded sessions, you will be required to complete a post-test to prove attendance.

Online evaluations will be required to receive your certificate of attendance. You will be provided the link to the evaluation at the end of the post-test. The certificates will be emailed to you upon completion of the evaluation.

Date(s):
April 15-16, 2021
Location:
Zoom
Sessions:

Thursday, April 15
AM: Extended ODE Update and Guidelines for Testing Students Who are Deaf & Hard of Hearing

AM & PM: Comprehensive Behavioral Health in Schools
Andria Amador, Ed.D.

Friday, April 16
AM: The Power of Possibility: NASP Updates 2020-2021
Wendy Price, Psy.D.

PM: Happy Habits for Hard Times
John Sommers-Flanagan, Ph.D.

Brochure:
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Registration Form:
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Pricing:
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Handouts:
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Online Registration:
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MCE/CEU Credits:
6.5 contact hours for Thursday, 5.5 contact hours for Friday 
College Credit:
One graduate credit through Ashland University will be available for those who attend all of the Thursday and Friday sessions of the OSPA Fall Conference.  The cost will be $180. 
Click here for more information: https://www.ashland.edu/coas/node/144471 The course number is: EDU*6150*K6
If you have any questions or concerns with your registration, please contact our representative at Ashland, Ms. Courtney Kessler at 614-794-4850 or ckessler@ashland.edu