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Achieve New Heights 


Explore new paths to achieve quality services. CSSE offers a range of workshop topics that are critical to building the expertise teams need to meet today's challenges in special education and related services. 


Our workshops can add depth and breadth to your organization's professional development portfolio. Topics are timely and relevant for SLPs, OTs, PTs and their special education colleagues. Workshops are engaging, practical, and interactive.  Attendees leave energized and armed with new strategies.  Options include half day, full day, or multi-day workshops.


Consider offering a workshop to build your employees' skills.Or jointly sponsor an in-service with your school partners to demonstrate your commitment to quality.


Here's a sample of our workshops:

  • Outcomes Matter! Strategies for Measuring and Reporting Results
  • Getting Therapy Right: Dosage, Schedules, Providers, and Other Challenges
  • Trends and Tools for Evaluating Therapists' Performance
  • Ideas for Balancing Your Caseload/Workload Issues
  • Collaboration is Essential - Six Stages of Collaboration
  • Engaging Parents
  • Mentoring New Professionals As They Launch Their Careers
  • 10 Big Ideas to Reframe and Improve Your Therapy Program







Hear the Buzz About Our Workshops


"I LOVED this seminar!  Great information to share with my fellow district SLPs and collaborative teachers.  There were multiple times through this discussion that I wished they were with me, so we could all hear it together!"


"Awesome presentation, an abundance of detailed information wrapped in a box of common sense and tied with a bow that reads "avoid the norm."


"I appreciated the careful, in depth analysis of service delivery. We can only deliver effective services if we have a first-hand picture of how the student is functioning during each school day and in specials. Educating staff and parents is paramount and an ongoing process."


"Excellent presentation!  Your emphasis on providing services based on a student's need rather than logistics is welcomed. Hopefully, we will see more schools and districts moving away from scheduling based on logistics.  Thanks for the practical information and the supplemental handouts." 


Professional Development Workshops