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 March 2015

Hello Evanston CASE community,


Need some strategies to help you manage your spring IEP meetings?  Learn about advocacy strategies for requesting evaluations, understand Domain meetings, what to do if school refuses eligibility or services, and much more...


Don't miss this presentation!!

"How to Advocate for Your Child with Special Needs at School"

Presented by Cari Levin, LCSW, Director of Evanston CASE


Wednesday, March 25th

7-9 pm

Evanston Public Library

1703 Orrington Ave. 


Learn what to do in meetings with the school to ensure your child's unique needs are addressed appropriately.  Find out how to level the playing field by being informed about IEP/504 Plan lingo and your procedural rights.  I will share concrete tools of the trade to prepare you to advocate effectively for your children. 



Hope to see you there!


Warm regards,


Cari Levin, LCSW

Director Evanston CASE



Connecting Imagery to Language

Free Webinar March 18th, 12 noon


In this live webinar, Nanci Bell will describe the imagery-language connection, which is essential for reading, spelling and comprehension. Learn how she identifies the underlying causes of learning challenges. And learn how she addresses those challenges with our research-validated, individualized instruction. Lindamood-Bell helps students learn to read and comprehend to their potential.

Join this free, live event.  If you can't attend, you can gain access to the recording.

Wednesday, March 18, 2015 at 12 p.m.