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August/September 2020 Newsletter

Virtual Parenting Class for Next to Nothing! 

We are proud to announce that our nonprofit partner, Excelsior Foundation for Family Wellness, Inc., will be offering their next parenting class via zoom! And at the perfect time since a lot of us are trying to help our kids through virtual learning - we can use all the support we can get! Because of generous donations to the foundation, we are able to offer all 6 hours of the class for only $20 total per family. Please see the updated 2020 flyer below for more details. 


 

SPOTLIGHT ON DR. COURTNEY ZENTS

Courtney Zents is a resident who specializes in the assessment and treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorder, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, learning disorders, and developmental delays. She is also knowledgeable of special education law and the processes for receiving services within the school. Dr. Zents has a background in cognitive-behavioral and systems approaches and strives to provide evidenced-based recommendations and treatments based on individual needs. She believes in creating a compassionate and accepting atmosphere while providing thorough evaluations designed to answer the family’s questions. Dr. Zents received a B.A. in Human Development from the State University of New York at Oswego, a M.S. in Clinical Psychology Practitioner’s Track from Loyola University of Maryland, a M.A. and C.A.S. in School Psychology from Alfred University in Western New York, and Psychology Doctorate in School Psychology from Alfred University. Dr. Zents completed an APA-accredited internship through the Tennessee Internship Consortium in School Psychology and was placed at the Korn Learning Assessment and Social Skills Center at the University of Tennessee and in Sweetwater City Schools in Tennessee. In her free time, she enjoys playing with and training her golden retriever, spending time with family, being outside, and crafting.

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Featured Website: Information about Distance Learning for Children with Special Needs

With school starting virtually for many students, we get a lot of questions about how schools are going to implement individualized plans. We are all learning as we go, and we have to excellent resources at Joye Psychology & Wellness: Dr. Zents and Mr. Cramer! Julia Sullivan & Erin Roma also published this incredibly helpful web page: https://www.jhsullivanlawfirm.com/post/preparing-to-develop-your-child-s-distance-learning-plan-in-savannah-public-schools

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