Annual Professional Development Conference
March 18th, 2020
What We Teach for Who We
Focusing on Curriculum for
a Diverse Population
Unfortunately, out of an abundance of caution, we
have decided to cancel our annual conference due to the suspected spread of
COVID-19. The safety of our students,
members, and supporters is our top priority.
While we could have waited until the last minute to determine risk, we
believe that the ability to plan for the cancellation is also important to our
members. Therefore, we are doing the
safest thing as soon as possible.
Please note: If you
have paid for registrations, you will receive a FULL
- If you have paid by check, your
uncashed check will be returned.
- Otherwise, you will not be
invoiced for registration.
In addition, we will not be conducting “Apple Awards” this
year. We encourage you to reallocate
those funds to other staff recognition at your programs!
We are working to determine the best way to deliver the
exciting content we had prepared for you in the future, and we will provide
updates as soon as information becomes available.
CAPSEF CALENDAR OF EVENTS
2020 CAPSEF Conference
Wednesday, March 18, 2020
7:30am - 3:30pm
Hartford/Farmington Marriott - Farmington, CT
Welcome to the CAPSEF Website!
The Connecticut Association of Private Special Education Facilities is a voluntary association of private schools which provides quality, cost effective, special education and related services to the special needs of children and adolescents (birth to 21 years) of Connecticut.
CAPSEF is really about our member schools. Please check out our Member Directory to find a wealth of services for students across our state and contact numbers for getting all of your questions answered. Our schools work collaboratively to brainstorm new and innovative ways to serve our students to maximize their success.
Our professional development conference held every March,
has become a favorite of many educators and those interested in how to best
educate students with special needs. Our
Membership Forums are designed to keep our members up to date on various
issues, challenges and successes in our very special schools serving a very
CAPSEF schools work with families, public schools, state agencies, other caretakers and providers to implement model programs, that enhances each student's ability to succeed while enabling caregivers to help children in need.
The Association provides its members with a voice to represent interests to the State Department of Education, Bureau of Special Education, ConnCASE and other provider, legislative, and advocacy groups.
RENEW YOUR MEMBERSHIP NOW: 2019 - 2020 Renewal Membership Application
NOT A MEMBER, NOT A PROBLEM: 2019 - 2020 New Member Application
Executive Director, Alan J. Deckman
Association Executive, Allyson J. Deckman
701 Hebron Avenue, 3rd Floor
Glastonbury, CT 06033