Parent Speaker Series

April webinar transitioning

A virtual webinar to help parents with the next transition back to the classroom

  • Penn-Delco School District invites all PDSD parents and community members to the presentation titled:

    Successfully transitioning students back to in-person learning

    Tuesday, April 20, 2021

    7pm - 8pm

     

    You are invited to a Zoom webinar.

    When: Apr 20, 2021 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

    Topic: Troy Brindle:  PDSD Parent Speaker Series

     

    Please click the link below to join the webinar:

    https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82378100100?pwd=K1N6V1RCVnQ5enZJZEFtUXpwdi9KQT09

     

    Passcode: 933913

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    Webinar ID: 823 7810 0100

    Passcode: 933913

        International numbers available:https://us02web.zoom.us/u/keFCpvXfwC

     

  • The past year has been beyond challenging for everyone. Daily activities and routines of life have radically shifted. Families, students, and school professionals were compelled to quickly pivot and adjust to online learning, social distancing, and wearing masks. Academic support, engagement, and success were redefined.

    Now the movement back to in-person work and school has begun. Pandemic living is shifting again. This workshop, led by Troy L. Brindle LCSW, is designed to equip parents to successfully guide their student through concerns about safety, anxiety, and success in the physical classroom. Practical strategies will be provided for parents to effectively partner with teachers to support a successful transition back into the classroom and another new normal.

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Who is Troy Brindle?

Troy Brindle
  • Troy L. Brindle, LCSW serves as the Vice-President of Behavioral Health Integration for Refresh Mental Health (the largest provider of behavioral health services nationally) to expand his model of BHI services across the country. Simultaneously, Troy is also serving as the Senior Vice President/Chief Operation Officer of Access Services in Fort Washington PA. 

  • Previously, Troy was Co-Owner & Vice-President for Springfield Psychological, helping the company grow to the largest outpatient practice in Pennsylvania. Troy received his BSW from Cairn University and his Master’s in Social Work from Rutgers University where he was inducted into the Alpha Delta Mu National Honor Society.

    Troy has served on the NASW-PA board of directors since 2011 in a variety of capacities including President, and currently as Chair for the Clinical Care Committee.  Troy is a founding member of the steering committee, in addition to serving as Chair of the Service Innovation task force for the Coalition for the Commonhealth. Additionally, Troy serves on the National Board of Directors for the National Association of Social Workers in Washington D.C. Troy has also served on the Access Services Board of Directors since 2017 and most recently served as Vice Chairperson.
     
    In 2015, Troy received the Alumni Recognition Award from Cairn University. In January of 2018, Troy was featured on the nationally televised Informed Series with Rob Lowe for his pioneering work in founding, integrating, and directing behavioral health services within over 78 primary care and medical specialty settings in southeastern PA and NJ.

    In May of 2018, Troy was recognized by the International Association of Healthcare Professionals for his cutting-edge work in the field of Integrated Behavioral Healthcare. In September 2019, he was the recipient of the Rehabilitation and Community Provider Association (RCPA) “Innovation Award” for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for his pioneering work in Behavioral Health Integration.
     
    Troy enjoys spending time with his wife Suzanne and two daughters Brianna (15) Kyra (14), serving as president of the Haverford Township Softball League, coaching softball, serving in his local church, teaching undergraduate courses, and enjoying the outdoors.

Join the event

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