FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CLEVELAND, WI –
Lakeshore Technical College (LTC) is providing an opportunity to learn how to manage difficult situations and behavior of those with special needs with a seminar entitled â€œChallenging Behaviors in Children and Adults with Special Needsâ€ on Friday, January 17, from 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. at the Cleveland campus in the Sheboygan County Training Room.
Individuals with disabilities sometimes communicate through behaviors that are challenging for others to relate or understand. The seminar will address how to positively manage difficult situations with individuals with disabilities and focuses on research-based practices. Participants will learn how to interpret, prevent, reduce and redirect negative behaviors which can lead to positive encounters and satisfaction at work and at home.
The seminar is designed for everyone, and will especially be helpful for school staff, agency staff, caregivers and family members.
The presentation will be given by Leigh Ann Kramer, Ph.D. Kramer has worked in Human Services since 1980 and has experience with identifying the challenges and needs of children and adults with various disabilities and care needs. She is currently an adjunct instructor throughout Wisconsinâ€™s Technical College System, focused on teaching strategies to help people of all ages and types of special needs.
The cost of the seminar is $49. To register by phone with credit card, call 1.888.GO TO LTC (1.888.468.6582) Ext. 1366. For questions or detailed information, visit http://www.gotoltc.edu/seminars or call Ruth at 920.693.1167, or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Lakeshore Technical College
Each year more than 10,000 people enroll in courses at Lakeshore Technical College. They rely on LTC for job preparation, to earn a degree, upgrade a specialized skill, train as an apprentice, or seek a high school equivalency. LTC faculty and staff meet students where they are in life and help them get one step closer to achieving their goals.<.p>
LTC, a nationally recognized technical college, was recently named a top 10 Bellwether Award finalist. The college was also ranked the #17 trade school in the nation by Forbes, the #3 two-year college in the nation for adult learners by Washington Monthly, #9 in the nation for two-year college educational outcomes by WalletHub.com, and a top-150 two-year college for the fourth consecutive time by the Aspen Institute.
Close to 1,000 students graduate from LTC each year, and LTC’s associate degree graduates earn a median salary of $46,800 per year. In addition to the Cleveland campus, LTC serves students in Manitowoc and Sheboygan, and offers classes at four additional sites throughout the district. Visit LTC at gotoltc.edu.