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You will have the option to register for the full conference or single days and attend LIVE or via WEBINAR. When you click on the registration option of your choice, you will be asked to select the sessions you want to attend. As part of your checkout, you will become a registered user of the CLM Center of Excellence, the learning management portal for global CLM implementers.
Please bookmark the CLM Center of Excellence website and your personal login information and password.
When you log into the site, you will be taken to your personal dashboard which will show all of your registered courses, events, meetings, etc. This learning portal will keep track of your professional development transcript for any events and will offer a variety of learning and networking options.
Your personal dashboard will provide you with access to the course handouts to download and print and webinar links for the CLM Conference.
Cathy Scutta, OTD, OTR/L, BCBA-D
CLM Center of Excellence
division of Tucci Learning Solutions, Inc.
email: [email protected]
This past weekend we had the opportunity to attend the Una Voz Spanish Speaking Conference in San Jose, CA. Providers were invited by the San Andreas Regional Center and encouraged to bring and share information about their organizations with the Spanish speaking community.
This was the first time that Tucci Learning Solutions participated in this conference and our wonderful team members told us that they had a great time talking about our CLM program and services with parents and assistants who stopped at our resource table. We want to extend a special THANK YOU to our CLM Coordinator Guillermo Reyes, for his willingness and enthusiasm to participate during this year’s conference and also to Daniel Juarez for making himself available to help out too. Thank you guys for your incredible work.
Parents should think twice before supporting them
By Laura Schifter
To the parents of the nearly 6.5 million children with disabilities in the United States:
The new administration has made their education agenda clear — expanding school choice. In this effort, it seems evident that the administration plans support vouchers for …
There is a big difference! Our company implements CLM programming. Here is a graphic that helps explain the difference.
We implement CLM programming, not TUCCi programming just like the other implementations around the world.
Did you know that Tucci Learning Solutions and the CLM can be found in a variety of places in social media?
You can follow us on:
Twitter (CLM with some information for local CLMers)
Tumblr (Tucci Learning Solutions)
Pinterest (All kind of information about the CLM, TUCCi and Early Start)
Instagram (in progress)
Check out these other great online resources:
eLearning Store (Tucci Learning Solutions)
Got something great to share about your experience(s) with TUCCi and the CLM? Please email Rocio ([email protected]) to share the good news through social media.
Thanks, everyone. Hope to see you online!
Director of Staff Development | CLM Certified Coach
“Autism Speaks advocate Lorri Unumb works with the nonprofit group to fight for better autism treatment coverage across the country.”
Updated: Monday, April 24th 2017, 5:39 pm PDT
By Ashleigh Holland, State Reporter
COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) – The parents of children with autism say their needs can fall through the cracks in South Carolina – especially if their families don’t have the insurance coverage they need to pay for expensive treatments.
A bill in the State House now aims to expand insurance coverage for those with autism. Autism advocates are pushing for it to pass, but …
If you are interested in viewing the possible outcomes of CLM Programming, watch the video, Case Studies.
The Pennsylvania Department of Education produced the following video to document the effects of the CLM. An observer is provided with an opportunity to view how 8 naive learners acquire the competencies to perform successfully in their learning environments (school, home, and community) over the course of a year. Each Case Study illustrates the benefits to each learner and his/her instructors who are implementing the CLM. Parents, Teachers, Para-professionals, and Administrators talk about how the CLM has positively impacted their learners and their learning environments.
Teaching children according to their individual “learning style” does not achieve better results and should be ditched by schools in favour of evidence-based practice, according to leading scientists.
Thirty eminent academics from the worlds of neuroscience, education and psychology have signed a letter to the Guardian voicing their concern about the popularity of the learning style approach among some teachers.
Dear TUCCi/CLM colleagues,
Director Of Staff Development
By Kaley Toy
12:42 am Monday, January 30, 2017
WOODSTOCK – Duke, an 11-month-old labradoodle, supplies endless happiness and kisses to students and staff in Shenandoah County Public Schools.
Heather Pugh, an occupational therapist who works with special needs students, brings Duke, her…
This Institute was held in both Spanish and English for families of children with disabilities and or special needs. During this event, the parents had the opportunity to attend various and informative workshops on services and rights of children with disabilities.
“Cynthia Valencia ran the table very well as always!
About 80-90 parents attended and about 25 kids showed up for childcare where Marlene Ibarra and Grisel Ibarra volunteered their time all day and gave pointers to the honor students who also helped from Greenfield High School. Ismael Mondragon also volunteered his time. Thank you all!
We also had the opportunity to interact with parents and other vendors, who are always personable. We also got a chance to see parents from past Tucci services who are always so appreciative and happy to see us!” – Nancy Kelley, South County Regional Coordinator
Thank you for your hard work and for volunteering your time to help out at this Institute Conference. We couldn’t do it without you all.
Go, Shonnet Brand! Bringing the power of CLM to parent training and producing valuable and replicable results!
Please join me in congratulating, the first university-based Cohort to complete the CLM Coordinator Certificate Program.
These ladies completed a 12 credit program designed to support competencies in managing large scale CLM Implementations. These ladies stuck together for almost three years, across multiple time zones, their own work and personal pressures, and a pause in their coursework due to my unexpected stroke. They committed to learning and growing together, showed genuine vulnerability in their bravery to push themselves and each other outside of their comfort zones and expand their understanding of the importance of this work to assure that learners from around the globe will experience the benefits of the CLM program.
By: Office of Public Affairs | Apr 28, 2015 9:00 AM
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one in 68 children in the U.S. has autism spectrum disorder, a developmental disability affecting social and communication skills. Utah ranks higher than the national average, with one in 54 kids having ASD.
Julia Connelly, Ph.D., a psychologist and the clinical director at University of Utah Health Care’s Autism Spectrum Disorder Clinic, explains the common symptoms of ASD:
- Difficulty in social situations
- Preoccupation with certain topics or subjects
- Sensory sensitivities, such as noise, light, clothing or food
- Communication difficulties, such as problems developing speech or understanding social language, difficulties with eye contact or use of gestures
“While it’s important for kids to get 60 minutes of daily exercise, some team sports are challenging for those who have autism,” says Connelly. Here are five of the best sports for kids with autism to try:
Any Behavior Analysts and Direct Instruction Professionals, who is interested in Early Childhood Education, should visit the West Virgina University Nursery School in Morgantown, W.VA. Anonymous donors just donated a $1,000,000 to support this nursery school. Please click the link below to read the article.
Dear Vicci and Nipa,
Please see the link below for our symposium that was held on November 19, 2016. At this symposium, the CLM Re-Accreditation Certificate was presented to Sheikh Nahyan who is the president of the Future Rehabilitation Centre in Abu Dhabi, UAE.
All the best and thank you both for being with us.
Regards, Dr. Mowfaq Mustafa (Director)