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In-person Dyslexia Seminar
If you, or your child, have difficulties with reading, decoding, writing, spelling, math, or attention deficits, please join us for a free informational seminar that will shine new light on the gifted minds of the visual-spatial learner:
Not local or prefer to watch from home? Check out our Free On-Line Webinar Series: Deciphering Dyslexia
Join Karen R. LoGiudice, Director and Facilitator of New England Dyslexia Solutions on-line. Broken out into "manageable chunks," this informative and free video webinar series is rich in content and easy to access.
Adult Dyslexia Seminars
It is estimated that 10-15% of the population, or approximately 30 million Americans, are Dyslexic. This includes adults. Some may find that number surprising - but the truth of the matter is that dyslexic adults today are often undiagnosed and, therefore, unaware that their difficulties may be caused by Dyslexia. If you have difficulties with reading, writing, spelling or suspect that you might be Dyslexic, please join us for this informative seminar:
Math + Dyslexia = Dyscalculia Seminars
Math difficulties can be incredibly frustrating for everyone involved. Dyscalculia, the word used to describe "math dyslexia" is actually very common but is often undiagnosed. Therefore, many families are unaware that their difficulties with math may be symptoms of Dyslexia.
If you, a loved one, or a student have difficulties with simple math facts, rote memorization of steps/math procedures,have reversals with numeral or "careless mistakes," Dyscalculia/Dyslexia may be the cause. Please join us for this informative seminar that will cover:
Support Training Refresher Classes
If you are a past client and would like to come for a Support Training Refresher (or need a tutor/teacher trained as a support person), New England Dyslexia Solutions will be holding a free Support Training Refresher Class on:
To be determined (please contact Karen LoGiudice at 978-337-7753 for more information)
Light refreshments will be served! Come and meet other previous clients/client parents, ask questions, get back on track, or just come by for a visit!
Covered: Reading exercises, Koosh, Symbol Mastery, Q&A
Dyslexia/Learning Differences Support Group
Held by friend of New England Dyslexia Solutions, Seacoast Dyslexia hosts a monthly support group at the York Public Library on the 3rd Thursday of the month.
Bring a friend for a fun, informal, and informative meeting, designed for parents who are dealing with raising dyslexic/learning disabled children. Share stories, vent frustrations, and learn to understand your child and his/her learning style!
For upcoming meetings and more information on Seacoast Dyslexia, visit their website at: http://www.seacoastdyslexia.com/