Free Special Education Training: Working with students with challenging behaviors

DDNN Fall 2015
Arizona Center for Disability Law

graphic image of children with different abilities and races with text "all children can learn!"Do you have questions about Arizona’s new Restraint & Seclusion Law?
Do you have questions about working with students with challenging behaviors?
Do you have questions about discipline, suspension and expulsion of student’s disabilities?
Do you have questions about Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports (PBIS)?

Well, let’s get some answers!

The Arizona Center for Disability Law in collaboration with Daniel Davidson, PhD, BCBA-D with the Institute for Human Development at Northern Arizona University will be conducting a training for parents and interested individuals to answer these questions and more.  This free training will provide information on the recently passed state law limiting the use of restraint or seclusion in Arizona schools. The training will also provide an overview of the use of Positive Behavior Supports and Interventions, as well as discussing issues relating to discipline, suspension and expulsion of students with disabilities. In addition, the training will provide parents with practical advice and strategies for developing self-advocacy skills.

Wednesday, January 13, 2016
9:00 am to 1:00 pm

Viscount Suite Hotel
4855 E. Broadway
Tucson, Arizona

Register online for this Tucson training at Eventbrite: 

For more information or to register for the training, please contact the Center, at (520) 327-9547 ex. 326 (voice) or 1-800-922-1447 (toll free), or e-mail Please notify the Center as soon as possible if you need any special accommodations or are unable to keep your reservation. The training is subject to cancellation if minimal registration is not achieved; you will be contacted as soon as possible if the training is cancelled.  The training is limited to 75 participants.

Come early to browse our vendor exhibits!

For more information about the Center, please visit our website at

Funding for this training is provided by the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Administration on Developmental Disabilities.