Training Information and Resources
Special Needs Awareness Training
Live Special Needs Awareness Training is available through the University of Scouting, to Roundtables, to units request ing it through their district training organizations and to others who are interested, This training is designed to raise special needs awareness among both youth and adult leaders. Our training team is happy to assist with this and other special needs training, whether within the Denver Area Council or at other councils. Contact: Steve Yexley via email or 303.506.9210.
Please join us for upcoming Special Needs Roundtables at Hamilton Scout Headquarters on the fourth Wednesday of the month at 7-9 pm:
We periodically offer other Special Needs Roundtables on various topics. For a full listing of upcoming Roundtables (occuring the last Wednesday of the month at 7 pm) please visit the Special Needs or council calendar.
For more information about attending a roundtable or to suggest a relevant topic you would like to see discussed at a Roundtable event, please contact the Denver Area Council office at 303.455.5522.
Previous Roundtable Events
January 2013- Autism: Kimberly Tenure Outreach & Policy Director, Autism Society of Colorado
Email: Kimberly Tenure
March 2013- Bullying: Kate Berg, M.S. School Counseling, Education Liaison-Colorado of Career Training Concepts, Inc.
Email: Kate Berg, M.S.
April 2013- ADHD: Dr. William Todd, Ph.D., Licensed psychologist with CHADD
Email: Dr. William Todd, Ph.D.
June 2013- Learning Disabilities: Kathryn Johansen, M.A., Manager of Learning Services at The Children's Hospital Denver's department of Audiology, Speech Pathology and Learning Services
Email: Kathryn Johansen, M.A.
Presentation: Learning For Life Presentation 62613 Katie Johansen
August 2014- Bullying: Joe Black, a 35 year veteran of the Denver Police Department and currently Commander of the Juvenile Intake Unit/Information Desk.
Wednesday 2014-ADD and ADHD from Eric Hornak and Dr. William Todd of Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD).