COVID-19 Guidance and Resources

WSASP has released its COVID-19 Closure Guidance Document.

Please submit additional questions not addressed by this document using this submission form.

Click here to access current OSPI guidance for special education. School psychologists should follow district guidance and procedures.

Click here to access the NASP COVID-19 Resource Center.

Spring Lecture Series 2020

Our 2020 Spring Lecture Series is now available for registration. See our line up of talks here and register for this amazing webinar series here

Training Opportunities

The following professional development opportunities are provided at the request of the presenters or agencies providing the training. If you would like to submit your event to be included on this page, please send details to webmaster@wsasp.org.



Crisis & Trauma Resource Institute

The Crisis & Trauma Resource Institute, Inc. offers a wide variety of live and on-demand webinars on a variety of topics. The cost is $20 per webinar. Link for more information


Four 3-Hour Practical "How To" Sessions

  • Linking Assessment Results to Instructional Modifications, Accommodations, Remedial Programs, and Compensatory Strategies (Dawn P. Flanagan, Ph.D.)
  • Understanding the Best Available Strategies and Interventions for Reading Comprehension Difficulties (Steve Feifer, Ed.D.)
  • Practical Strategies and Interventions for Students with Memory Difficulties (Milton Dehn, Ed.D.)
  • Interventions that Improve Academic Outcomes for Students with Difficulties in Executive Functions (George McCloskey, Ph.D.)

Link for more information  



eLearning for Educators

The eLearning for Educators Project is now located at The Evergreen State College. This project, one of the OSPI Special Education State Needs Projects, offers online courses designed for busy K-12 educators who serve students with disabilities. These courses focus on special education state initiatives and other relevant topics in special education.

Link for more information

Washington State Association of School Psychologists
816 W. Francis Ave #214
Spokane, WA 99205
contact@wsasp.org
509-724-1587
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