SETH TALK – THE SOCIAL WORKER AND THE IEP PARENT

Apr 11, 18 SETH TALK – THE SOCIAL WORKER AND THE IEP PARENT
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SETH TALK - THE SOCIAL WORKER AND THE IEP PARENT

 

We get real. We get intimate.

 

Unfiltered and Unscripted conversations with members of the Seth's Mom family, sharing their experiences with disabilities and mental health. #disabilities #mentalhealth #sethsmom

 

We're chatting with Adia, licensed clinical social worker in the state of Maryland.

She discusses her experience working with parents through the IEP process.

 

Seth's Mom and Seth Talks take all perspective into consideration. We are a team of family members, clinicians, teachers, para-professionals, and professionals working toward the same goal. INCLUSION and ACCEPTANCE of us as self-advocates, as well as our family members diagnosed with a disability or mental illness.

Contact us to share your disability and mental health stories. We are real people with real life experiences that need to be heard. What you share could inspire others to see the beauty of inclusiveness and take the stigma out of mental illness and disabilities.

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External Resources

Administration for Community Living

Pathfinders for Autism

Disability Scoop

Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance

National Center for PTSD

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