Litigation involving Special Education Support Professionals Webinar Series

This 30-minute webinar will discuss the role of support professionals (sometimes referred to as paraprofessionals) within organizations that serve children with disabilities, including schools, medical facilities, and other service providers. The discussion will focus on the hiring, training, and supervision of these professionals, and the policies and procedures that organizations use to protect children from injury and abuse.

The leader of our behavioral health practice, Theresa Kreider, Ed.D., CPSI will guide the conversation. She approaches the topic with over 30 years of experience in special education and school administration.

Access to this event is reserved for attorneys and insurance professionals. This event is not open to engineers, scientists, or forensic experts outside of Robson Forensic.

This program DOES NOT offer CLE credit.


Theresa Kreider, Special Education & School Administration Expert

Theresa Kreider, Ed.D., CPSI

Special Education & School Administration Expert
Dr. Theresa Kreider is a special education and school administration expert with over 30 years of experience in the field of public education. She has experience as a Director and Assistant Director… read more.

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