1. Trauma-Informed Schools and the Law

Trauma-Informed Schools and the Law

$99.00
Please join Erin D. Gilsbach as she explores the trauma-informed approach and helps schools understand how to successfully implement disability laws such as Section 504 and the IDEA within that protective process. She examines the interplay between legal requirements and trauma-informed best practices and provides concrete details about the role of the law within the trauma-informed educational process. Using practical examples and common situations, she provides a comprehensive view of this important topic.
Event ID: 2201589
Duration: 70 Minutes
Presenter(s): Erin Gilsbach, attorney at law, Steckel and Stopp
Credits: Certificate of Attendance
 

Research shows that trauma-informed practices in schools can reduce difficult student behaviors and help foster more meaningful relationships between staff and students who have experienced significant childhood trauma. It is not always clear, however, how legal processes fit into that system. What’s the difference between a trauma-informed best practice and a legally-required accommodation? Are all students with a history of childhood trauma protected under the law? If not, what are the determining factors?

Please join Erin D. Gilsbach as she explores the trauma-informed approach and helps schools understand how to successfully implement disability laws such as Section 504 and the IDEA within that protective process. She examines the interplay between legal requirements and trauma-informed best practices and provides concrete details about the role of the law within the trauma-informed educational process. Using practical examples and common situations, she provides a comprehensive view of this important topic.

Just a sampling of what this webinar will cover:

  • Provide a summary overview of the trauma-informed approach to education
  • Identify the legal benefits of trauma-informed practices
  • Explain the difference between trauma-informed practices and legally-required accommodations
  • Identify how schools can avoid some of the common legal issues presented by trauma-informed practices
  • Provide practical tips and tools for schools to use to establish legally-defensible best practices
  • AND MUCH MORE!

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