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TAKE CHARGE OF TREATMENT FOR YOUR CHILD WITH ASPERGER’S (ASD) Create a personalized guide to success for home, school and the community.
Talk, slides, Q&A and book signing with authors, Cornelia Pelzer Elwood, Life Coach and ASD certification from Antioch U and Scott McLeod, PhD, Exec. Dir. MGH Aspire Program (www.massgeneral.org/children/Aspire, clinical instructor of psychology for Harvard Medical School.
The Take Charge Guide combines professional guidance, practical tools, strategies and personal examples to identify and help solve typical challenges that parents of children with ASD face. Using a digital component each user customizes the guide to your child’s unique profile.
Wednesday, May 25, 2016
Driscoll Elementary Library, Main Entrance
64 Westbourne Terrace, Green line C, street parking available
6:30p.m. – 8:00p.m.
Light refreshments will be served. No RSVP or fee


Brookline High School News

Sarah Orlov, Director of Special Education for the High School has resigned her position as of June 30, 2016. We will miss her great leadership and talents. 

  • Do you live in Brookline, Massachusetts, and have a child with a disability?
  • Do you want more information about special education services?
  • Would you like to meet and talk with other parents of children with disabilities?
  • Do you have concerns or problems with the special education services currently received by your child?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions then please come and join us. Still not sure? You can always Contact Us!

What is SEPAC?

SEPAC stands for Special Education Parent Advisory Council.

The SEPAC is comprised of individuals involved in, or concerned with, the education of students with disabilities. Membership is open to parents of students with disabilities, teachers, administrators, individuals with disabilities, and members of the community.

Send us your name and email (on the right hand side of any page) and you will be put on our mailing list and become a member!

To read more from the Commonwealth, please click on the link below.
Advisory Committee at the state level