Saturday, March 17 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Helping Children with Disabilities Deal with Grief and Other Challenges

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Death is a difficult topic for any child, but can be more challenging for people with unique learning and processing needs. Participants will explore issues of grief specific to children/teens with autism and other disabilities, and will gain strategies to help navigate questions about death, dying and loss of a loved one all within the context of Jewish rituals and traditions. This session will also highlight effective ways of helping children with learning or developmental disabilities navigate other life transitions and challenges.

Meredith Polsky’s participation in LimmudFest 2018 was made possible with generous support from The Covenant Foundation.

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Meredith Polsky

Meredith Polsky founded Matan in 2000 and serves as Matan's National Director of Institutes and Training. Meredith is a nationally sought-after speaker on Jewish Special Education. She holds Master’s degrees in Special Education and Clinical Social Work and a graduate certificate... Read More →

Saturday March 17, 2018 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Room 2, Gates of Prayer