May 21, 2022

Pediatric Workshop: Understanding Educational Issues in Childhood Cancer Survivors

Join us for an in-depth discussion about educational issues facing childhood cancer survivors. The agenda is below. 


10:00 am: Welcome - Judy Fulmer - Co-chair of the Pediatric Workgroup


10:15 am: Pediatric Cancer Treatment and its Effects on Learning - Margaret Hudepohl, Ph.D. - Pediatric neuropsychologist and assistant professor in the Division of Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics at MUSC Children's Health.  

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11:00 am: Protecting Rights and Elevating Voices: The Importance of High-Quality Educational Services to Children with Cancer - John R. Payne - Deputy Superintendent for Sponsor Performance for the South Carolina Public Charter School District.

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11:45 am: Knowledge is Power: How Parent Advocacy Impacts Their Child’s Quality of Life - Jena Martin - Director of Special Populations, Family Connection of SC.

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12:30 pm: Lunch


1:00 pm: Taking Action Through Advocacy - Sarah J. Little, Ed.D. - Assistant Professor and the Assessment Coordinator for the College of Education at North Greenville College.

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1:45 pm: Panel discussion



Location - 

Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center: 1101 Lincoln Street Columbia, SC 29201

Lincoln Room

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