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GPR Committee Goals 

  • Have resources on the web go live
  • Fine tune process for membership to respond to action items both as an association and for personal responses
  • Continue to incorporate social justice themes with a focus on diversity, equity, inclusion and mental health
  • Continue to develop relationships with other stakeholders
  • Continue to seek Mainecare reimbursement
  • Support NSPW


Advocacy

  Links to Maine State Legislature
    Calendar: https://legislature.maine.gov/Calendar/#Weekly/2022

    Home page: https://legislature.maine.gov

Action Alerts


  Template for GPR.docx

Current Letters of Testimony from GPR

Past Letters of Testimony from GPR

  Restraint and Seclusion Letter

Educational Resources for Advocacy

NASP Resources

  https://www.nasponline.org/research-and-policy

Legislator’s Handbook

  https://legislature.maine.gov/doc/4651

Follow a Bill Through the Legislature

  https://legislature.maine.gov/follow-a-bill-through-the-legislature


Testifying

  https://legislature.maine.gov/house/house/Documents/Testifying

Shannon Bellows videos:

These videos were made for families of the Autism Society. However, the advocacy tips offered could easily be applied to school psychologists and their school communities.

   Who do I contact?
           
   What is my message?

  How do I get my message out?

  Taking it to the next level


Other Useful Links 

Federal level (nasp resources) https://www.nasponline.org/research-and-policy

Public Hearings https://docs.google.com/document/u/6/d/1PkIHssKm3Hnl_potU2-

OiDCNbMJgqjFl/edit


• Click on https://www.mainelegislature.org/testimony/

• Select "Public Hearing"

• Choose Education and Cultural Affairs Committee

• Choose date

• Choose LD

• Fill out the form / your comments


Contact US

PO Box 116 South Windham, ME 04082

maineasp@gmail.com

www.masponline.net




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