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How to Support Children through Change

May 1 @ 2:00 pm 3:00 pm CDT


What You Can Learn

All children will experience change in their lives, whether it’s a new sibling, a different school, or just learning to become more independent. Often, these transitions can cause big feelings in their little hearts. How we respond and support children in these moments set the foundation for their development and positive relationships later in life. Let Christian give you’re the tools for your children, especially during this time of tremendous change in all of our lives.


Christian Hancock


Christian Hancock is the owner and founder of Heart & Soul Speech, PLLC. She is a bilingual speech-language pathologist with experience and passion for working with high-risk infants, dysphagia, pediatric hearing loss, and culturally and linguistically diverse populations. She has experience working for home health agencies, coordinating care working with multidisciplinary teams, and implementing high quality care. She enjoys presenting on diverse topics regarding communication and feeding at local, state, and national conferences for health care providers and caregivers.

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Sharon Ramage

Sharon Ramage has devoted her entire professional career to helping families and children, as a social worker and as an attorney. As a former social worker, she saw first-hand the devastation that conflict causes for children and families. Since 1992, Sharon has devoted her law practice to helping families and children. Sharon primarily helps clients in family law and special education matters.

Sharon co-authored a book about children and the law, All About Texas Law and Kids, published by Texas Lawyer Press. She is frequently called upon to instruct other attorneys in the areas of her expertise. She has lectured other professionals on special education law topics by serving on the faculty of the National Academy for IDEA Administrative Law Judges & Hearing Officers as well as the National Administrative Law Judiciary Conferences. Sharon frequently lectures on special education and family law topics for local bar associations, parent groups and disability organizations.