The Midwest Symposium for Leadership in Behavior Disorders (MSLBD) fosters professional and family leadership to improve the lives of children and youth with emotional or behavioral challenges.
MSLBD annually recognizes individuals and organizations for leadership at a national level, in the classroom, and for advocacy efforts. Stipends are awarded for innovative program development as well as those pursuing advanced degrees with an emphasis in EB/D. Nominations Due November 1.
RETHINKING Behavior is a digital magazine for those working with students with behavior challenges. It hopes to provide veteran advice, insight regarding our work, stories of students, as well as fiction, poetry, and humor related to the work we do.
Congratulations to Carin Paullin, 2019 Outstanding Educator of Students with Autism award recipient. In recognition of her dedication to achieve the best outcomes for her students and for her advocacy on behalf of individuals with autism and their families.
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The 2018 Outstanding Educator of Students with Autism Award recipient is Danielle Wesley who has been recognized for her work
while employed in the Shawnee Mission School District. Currently, Ms. Wesley is a Behavior/Autism Specialist in the Lee’s Summit School District.