Presented by SPED*NET, Todd Kellogg's presentation in the Brubeck Room will discuss how parents are busier than ever and the difficulty of raising kids has increased exponentially along with the challenges of just growing up in today’s world. For parents to be successful in guiding their children, setting common sense expectations, and enforcing boundaries, they need to find ways to work together and co-parent in a collaborative manner. Meeting the challenges of co-parenting is all the more critical when kids have special needs. As parents of kids with special needs know, everything is magnified in a sense and missteps can be that much more problematic for the child’s development. In this discussion, Todd Kellogg will walk you through the best practices of co-parenting, successful communication patterns, and how to bounce back after setbacks.
Todd Kellogg, LMFT, BCBA, is a licensed family therapist and board certified licensed behavior analyst who has worked in the field of disabilities since 1994. As a behavior and family therapist for the Greenwich Autism Program (GAP) of Abilis (formerly ARC-Greenwich), he developed a series of social skills groups for children with Asperger’s and high functioning autism. He continues to develop social skills lessons and curricula, components of the Value-Play and High5-Time™ model used within his private practice, PositiveFamilyBehavior, LLC. In addition to social skills, Todd has worked with children, their families and their school-based teams to resolve challenging behaviors so children can learn and develop in the least restrictive environment.
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