What is SEPAC?

We are parents of special education students who have joined together to provide information and support to each other.
We meet regularly with school administrators to give our input on the policies and programs that affect our children.


Neuropsychological Evaluations:
What to Know and What to Ask

If a child is struggling academically, socially or emotionally, a comprehensive evaluation can assess the underlying reasons and offer parents and teachers a set of tools for supporting the child’s development. Please join us to as we discuss:    

  • What makes a good neuropsychological evaluation?
  • What are common complaints/pitfalls about evaluations?
  • What questions should you ask as you choose a neuropsychologist?
  • How does a child's age change the type of evaluation needed?
  • How to get the most out of a neuropsychological evaluation

Presenters Dr. Nancy Roosa and Dr. Erin Gibbons are both pediatric neuropsychologists at NESCA, where they perform neurological evaluations on children with a wide range of attentional, learning, and developmental disabilities

Monday, April 6, 2015
7:00 pm – Refreshments
7:30 pm – Program begins

Broadmeadow School Media Center
120 Broadmeadow Road, Needham

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Friday, April 10, 2015

Emery Grover Building, 2nd Floor Coneference Room
1330 Highland Avenue, Needham



Early Childhood Center
Preschool Visiting Day

The Needham Early Childhood Center has five classrooms taught by masters-level teachers certified in both general and special education, ensuring that they are able to differentiate their instruction and provide a rich learning envirionment for all children. They currently have a limited number of openings for fall enrollment. 

Tuesday, April 14, 3:30 - 5:30pm
Newman School ECC

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