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Special Education Corner

Welcome to the Special Education Corner! The Department of Special Services will post resources and videos pertaining to Special Education. We will feature staff including Child Study Team Members, Administrators, Teachers, Instructional Assistants, and much more! If there is a topic you would like us to cover, please email Dr. Dana Blair at [email protected]. Enjoy!


At Home Strategies


This video is created by Lauren Schaible, the School Psychologist, and Behaviorist at Asher and Robertsville. This video details the various strategies to help your child during the virtual learning experience.

Contact Guide


This video details the different members of Special Services, and who you should contact when you need assistance with special education-related matters.

Special Education from A - Z

MTPS Child Study Team Members cover the nuts and bolts of MTPS Special Education Services. Who is on the Child Study Team? What is the process for referrals and eligibility? What is an IEP? What programs and services are offered? All of these questions and more are addressed in this presentation.

Learning Ally Audiobooks at Home (K-8)
Learn how to use the Learning Ally audiobook library to foster a love of reading at home regardless of your child’s independent reading level. 80,000+ popular audiobooks are at your child’s fingertips with this program enjoyed by Special Services teachers and students alike!

Tips and Tricks to Support Your Child’s Hygiene and Dressing Skills at Home and in the Community


Ms. Tami Feldman, MTPS Occupational Therapist, will share helpful tips and tricks for families to help support their children at home and in the community as they learn to dress themselves and perform hygiene tasks. This presentation for caregivers will include ideas for teaching and modifications. Areas of focus will include clothing fasteners, choosing the “right” clothes for your child, bathroom etiquette, and brushing teeth. Belts, buttons, socks, shoe laces, public bathrooms, and more will all be explored!

Behavior Interventions: School to Home
MTPS BCBAs presented on the functions of behavior to provide more insight on why behaviors may be occurring for some of our students. They reviewed interventions that are used in the schools, at the middle and elementary levels, that can be carried over into the home. Further, they discussed the strategies used in detail and provided specific examples of ways to intervene and how to increase the desired behavior both in the home and in school.

Presenters: MTPS BCBAs: Lindsay Bertoldi and Marti Harris

Understanding Your Child's IEP


The Special Services Administration presented to our special education families on the various components of the Individualized Education Plan (IEP) and eligibility process to receive special education services.