Working to give all children
equal access to educational opportunities
and reach their full potential.
The Tri-Town SEPAC (Special Education Parent Advisory Council) provides education, support, and assistance to parents/guardians of children with special needs in Boxford, Middleton and Topsfield on Special Education issues and services. We strive to encourage an atmosphere of effective communication, understanding, mutual respect, and appropriate education for all children with disabilities in our community and to insure that students’ needs are being met under Massachusetts Special Education laws and regulations and other applicable laws.
2017/2018 meeting schedule:
September 20, 2017 (Wednesday)
October 18, 2017 (Wednesday)
November 1, 2017 (Wednesday)
December 6, 2017 (Wednesday)
Masco Middle School Library at 7:00pm
unless otherwise noted!
Join the Tri-Town SEPAC and our Guest Speaker, Autism Daddy - Frank Campagna!
"Things No One Ever Told Me After My Son Was Diagnosed With Autism" is a humourous talk about how to be a great special needs parent without losing yourelf in the process. Topics include: you're allwed to be mad, autism includes a few perks, you're going to get advice from everyone, stop googling everything, and more.
Frank is the father of a 14 year old son with autism. His claim to fame is giving people a realistic, non-sugar-coated look at the world inside an autism household. He has also worked at Sesame Street for the past 23 years, and worked closely with their recent autism initiative, Sesame Street & Autism: See Amazing in All Children.
The event will be in the Masco HS Library
Tuesday, April 3rd @ 7 PM