Special Education at Wildwood
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Welcome to Wildwood's Special Education page. On the left you will find links to other pages that may be of interest to you.
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Powerful Tools for Caregivers of Children with Special Needs 
 Powerful Tools for Caregivers an evidence based six-week curriculum to help caregivers take care of themselves while caring for child/children with special needs. We will be discussing how to take care of you as a parent/caregiver, reduce personal stress, how to communicate feelings and concerns, and how to learn from our emotions. Please see reverse side for class outline.
The class will be offered on Thursdays from January 25th through March 1st.  Please use the following link for more information:  

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Resources for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, their families, and the community that supports them.

ConnectWC (Washington County) is a place for self-advocates, families, friends and community members.

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For more information, you may contact:

Kristeen Anderson      or       Karen Mossberg


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 Special Ed Staff

Paula Metling, Occupational Therapist

Shelly Mitchell, DAPE

Joseph Pendleton, Intervention Specialist

Pam Rech, Teacher

Amy Ritchie, Teacher

Tami Sommers, ESLP

Jacqueline Sparrow-Johnson, DHH Teacher

Tamara Terman, Teacher

Stacy Triplat, ESLP/Autism Specialist

Dawn Walker, School Psychologist