West Hartford SEPTO is a town-wide special education PTO. We are a non-profit organization, founded in June 2002 to provide support, education and friendship to parents navigating their way through the school system with a child receiving special education services.
Book Club & Discussion
Tuesday, March 19
West Hartford SEPTO hosts a discussion of Alan Kadzin’s book “The Everyday Parenting Toolkit” with host Matthew Carbone, West Hartford School’s district-wide BCBA (Board Certified Behavior Analyst) at the Noah Webster Library Meeting Room at 7pm.
Kazdin, renowned Yale University psychology professor , child psychiatrist and Director of the Yale Parenting Center, offers practical strategies to help parents manage everyday behavioral problems, from toilet training to teaching a child to accept “no” without a tantrum all the way up to struggles over cellphones and curfew.
The book is free with this year’s $15 membership to SEPTO. To get your book contact us at email@example.com. Copies are also available at the Noah Webster Library and Bishops Corner branch.
Do you have questions or concerns regarding your child’s services at their school? Do you need help sorting through the maze of people, services, and therapies, etc.? Are you looking to gain more information so you can advocate for your child more effectively? Maybe you want to meet other parents within West Hartford who are looking for support or friendship? This is what we do…
Anyone who has an interest in the welfare of children receiving special education services.
SEPTO membership is separate from membership in your school PTO's/PTA's. We encourage concurrent membership.
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