Good news – registration for the 2017 New England Early Connections Conference is easier than ever!
We’re moving registration to an online-only format, making it more convenient and more accessible.
One day to focus on your family
Don't miss your opportunity on Saturday, April 29 to connect with parents of children ages birth to age 7. Sessions Include:
- Parenting strategies
- Sibling communication
- Healthy adult relationships
- Moving from IFSP to IEP
Free child care available • Lunch provided
Ed Bosso is the Superintendent at Perkins School for the Blind and oversees all of the educational services, including programs on the Perkins campus and in public schools. Ed lives on campus with his family, including a 2-year-old daughter who attends the Perkins Infant-Toddler Program, 16-year-old daughter who attends Watertown High School and his eldest daughter who is in her second year at the University of Delaware.
Ed has more than 30 years of experience in education as a teacher and leader. As a dad, Ed understands firsthand the challenges and rewards of parenting. As a parent and a professional, Ed has worked tirelessly to advocate for students and families.
Prior to Perkins, he served as vice president of Gallaudet’s National Deaf Education Center. He also served as the director of Delaware’s Statewide Programs for Deaf and Deaf Blind Students as well as principal of the Delaware School for the Deaf.
Taking Care of Our Children…Taking Care of Ourselves
Each spring for over 30 years, professionals and parents of children with visual impairments have come together for the Early Connections Conference to share, network and learn about the latest strategies and resources to develop the best education for their child.