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Ask resource center's webinars

On this page you will find webinars discussing a wide range of subject matters including educational videos from professionals in their areas of expertise to family members sharing their learned experience as they live it with their children.


Below is our series of "ASK an Expert" webinars where professionals discuss their expertise in a variety of subject matters from Prior Written Notices in your IEP, HCBS Waivers, Epilepsy, Autism and so much more!




ASK a Family: Transition to College

Family to Family EHDI Series: Exploring the Possibilities Webinar 2: What Opportunities Lie Ahead

Family to Family EHDI Series: Exploring the Possibilities Webinar 1: Two Paths for Two Sisters

EHDI Family Support: What, Why, and How

ASK an Expert: i3 with Melissa Tandy

Fredericks' Family Story

ASK an Expert: Prior Written Notice--A Review of Parental Rights

Individual Stories about Navigating the World of Communication Difference

ASK an Expert: Self-Advocates Take Note! CDD, DD Council, SILC and SOAR Are Terms You Want to Know

ASK an Expert: Social Emotional Learning at Home

ASK an Expert: Join Us and Get Ready to Vote

ASK an Expert: Challenging Behavior

ASK an Expert: Epilepsy

ASK an Expert: Home and Community Based Waiver Services

ASK an Expert: Alternatives to Guardianship

ASK an Expert: Guardianship and Conservatorship

ASK an Expert: Children at Home Program

ASK an Expert: Autism Society of Iowa Presents Understanding Autism

ASK An Expert: The Easterseals Iowa Assistive Technology Program

ASK an Expert: Return 2 Learn with Dr. Barbara Guy & Thomas Mayes, Esq.

Heartland Spanish Newborn Screening Video

ASK an Expert: Return 2 Learn (R2L) with Dr. Barbara Guy, Director of Special Education at the Iowa Department of Education.

AEA Audiology Support from birth through 3 years- Linda J. True  

ASK Resource & Easterseals Iowa Partner Presentation: Learn About Services 

Hearing: Trevor's Story 

Hearing Loss: How Babies are Identified - Diana Hanson 


Assistive Technology Supports for Babies and Toddlers Who Are Deaf/Hard of Hearing  [Handout]

Proposed Changes to Chapter 103: Seclusion & Restraint   [Handouts]

What's New With EHDI Family Support for Families of Deaf Children

What I Know Now: Stories from Early Access Families & Providers

How to Preside at a Meeting   [Handouts]

State Complaints: How it’s Filed Matters

Music Therapy: What is it & How Can it Help?

Medicaid: What Does the Future Hold?

Don’t Wait to Communicate! Augmentative & Alternative Communication

Let’s Play! Inclusive Play Resources for Teaching Kids

Mentor Relationships: A Meaningful Win for Everyone!

Debunking Common Myths about Using Assistive Technology

Developing Options for Student Work Experience

Privacy Laws: What You Should Know About FERPA

Privacy Laws: What You Should Know About HIPAA

What Are Host Homes and Are They Right for Your Child?

Misunderstandings, Misinformation & Miscommunication About the Child Find Process 

What Is the ABLE Act and Is It Right for My Child?

Early Literacy Law, 2014 Dyslexia Law, and Special Education

The Challenging Behavior Training Service

Children with Both Hearing and Vision Loss