The Role of Social Emotional Learning in Special Education

Webinar – Video now available

Thursday, May 20, 10 am – 11 am

Sponsored by Darien SEPAC

Board Certified Behavioral Analyst, Meghan Cave, and Attorney-at-Law, Michael Gilberg, will discuss the benefit of social emotional learning experiences in the classroom and the requirement to provide a social emotional curriculum in public schools. Their presentation will focus on prioritizing skills for instruction, the use of evidenced-based programming, progress monitoring and the legal perspective of COVID-19 compensatory services.

Michael Gilberg, Attorney-at-Law, has years of special education and disability rights/advocacy experience. Attorney Gilberg also has his own personal story as someone on the autism spectrum. His life experiences drive his desire to advocate for children with disabilities and their families.

Meghan Cave, M.Ed. BCBA LBA (CT) and Co-Founder & CEO of the Hangout Spot, has over fourteen years of experience providing special education and behavior analytic services. Meghan has co-authored publications in Autism Parenting Magazine and Behavioral Science in the 21st Century blog and serves as an adjunct faculty member at the University of Saint Joseph.