The presentation will present the current federal and state mandates relative to the identification and programming of children and adolescents with disabilities (IDEA and Section 504). Also presented will be an assessment of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the general and special education process. The impact of this pandemic on the education, social, behavioral, and mental health functioning of all students will be discussed. Also presented will be the new and various modes of instructional delivery and new national trends that are developing in response to the educational disruption relative to the global pandemic. Lastly, the pivotal role of counselors in each of these areas and processes will be presented.
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Center for Counseling and Psychological Services
206 E. Reynolds Dr. Suite F2
Ruston, Louisiana 71270
About the Presenters:
Name: Flint Smith, NCSP
Degree/Credentials: B.A. Psychology, M.S. Psychology, NASP
This workshop has been approved for 2.0 CE clock hours in Diagnosis; it was not reviewed for NBCC credits.