Seventh Annual National Ted and Dr. Roberta Mann Foundation Symposium about Children & Young Adults with Mental Health and Learning Disabilities
Outstanding learning opportunity for general education teachers, administrators and parents interested in understanding more about mental health and learning disabilities in children and young adults.
Date | Time
Monday, August 6, 2012
Symposium Presentation Handouts and Resources
In a “green” initiative, we will not be providing copies of presentations in your symposium folder this year. For those of you who would like to print your own copies prior to the event, the handouts are available below.
Michael Maddaus, M.D., Chief, Division of Thoracic and Foregut Surgery,University of Minnesota, MN
The 6 clock hours offered are designed to meet the requirement for Minnesota teachers renewing their teaching license in understanding the key warning signs of early-onset mental illness in children and adolescents. Local re-licensure committees, however, have final approval.
2012 National Speakers
Filmmaker in Residence, University of New Hampshire Institute on Disability, NH
Creating a Culture of Belonging: Inclusion on Film
Filmmaker and Mental Health Counselor at a children’s psychiatric hospital in Chicago, IL
A Student’s Experience with Depression and Bipolar Disorder
Michael Maddaus, M. D.
Chief, Division of Thoracic and Foregut Surgery,University of Minnesota, MN
The symposium is designed to enhance awareness and identify strategies for responding to mental health and learning disabilities in children and young adults from the perspective of teachers and parents.
The symposium will provide high quality professional and parent development for Minnesota educators and parents regarding:
children's mental health and learning disabilities
effective treatment planning
proactive, positive teaching strategies and interventions