Summit ESC Lead Educational Audiologist Dr. Carrie Spangler has been selected to present at the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) annual conference this November in Los Angeles.
Summit ESC Intervention Specialists Diana Nabring and Nicole Garman have been named CLASS® Act Scholars of Summit County.
A preschool class located at Maplewood Gardens recently pulled its resources together to help a class in Texas rebuild in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.
The Lifting Leaders program provides networking and high quality professional growth opportunities to various peer groups and those aspiring to new leadership opportunities.
Teachers and Transition Specialists Presenting Innovative Practices in the Area of Post-Secondary Transition.
The Summit County Preschool at Indian Train will be closed on Thursday, September 28th for both AM and PM Sessions. Classes will resume on Monday, October 2nd.
Summit ESC Lead Educational Audiologist Carrie Spangler will be a part of the Children’s Hearing and Language Development Resource Network (CHLDRN) of Ohio steering committee to help make a difference for students with hearing loss.
A gathering of agencies and community partners that offer services and assistance to students on IEP's and 504's ages 14-22.
Summit ESC's Kids First and Transition Opportunity Program for Students (TOPS) programs have received a bronze recognition from the State in Tier 1 of Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) evidence-based framework.
This is a full-day event with break-out sessions about specific assistive technology (AT) products.