Happenings in PCPS
Welcome from the Dean
We are ready for next year’s conference which will be the 20th Annual U.S. Conference on disABILITY and our focus will be on autism as it is Year III of the grant. Dr. Temple Grandin, who sees her autism more as gift rather than liability, says: “The most important thing people did for me was to expose me to new things.” She and so many others show that those living with Autism are gifts for our human community. Thank you for stretching your brains by being a part of our PCPS family. Together, We Are Better. Best, Dr. Debra Pellegrino, Academic Dean.
Helping Different Kinds of Minds Be Successful
Pathways to Innovation: Through the Voice of a Father
Bullying Awareness and Prevention
Bullying is rarely as straight-forward as one child stealing another's lunch money.
In this presentation, Dr. Dana Gadaire will present on the complexities of identifying when and how children are being bullied. She will provide strategies for intervening in support of children with disabilities who are bullied as well as children who may not understand how their behavior may be perceived as bullying by others.