Los Angeles Area Dyslexia Parent Support Group
Sponsored by Decoding Dyslexia CA - Los Angeles
Saturday, February 24, 11:00AM
Where: Highland Park Area (between Glendale & Pasadena)
Details will be provided when you rsvp
Please join us and bring your questions, concerns, share resources, and information about Dyslexia.
This will be the first of what we hope will be monthly meetings.
This group will serve as a way to share our experiences and keep educating ourselves on the latest research and remediation for Dyslexia.
Please let us know if you can make it.
For more information and directions, contact Pamela Cohen, email@example.com
Strategies for Struggling Learners
A conference promoting greater understanding of Literacy and learning issues for parents and teachers. Conference has sessions on dyslexia for parents, teachers, educational therapists and others. Also available sessions on specific strategies to help ALL students learn to read and spell more efficiently. For more details, click on "more information" below. There is a charge for the conference.
Also available - an exhibit hall with vendors with materials to sell, private schools, and programs available. This hall is open to the public at no charge.
Saturday, March 17, 2018 - registration begins at 7:30 am.
Marriott Riverside at the Convention Center
3400 Market Street, Riverside 92501
From High School to College: Steps to Success for Students with Disabilities
An evening for parents presented by Elizabeth C. Hamblet, author and consultant to Columbia University's Disability Services
Hosted by Summit View School
Thursday, April 5, 2018
Preparing Students With Disabilities for a Successful Transition to College
A Professional Development Workshop guided by Elizabeth C. Hamblet
Hosted by Summit View School
Thursday, April 6, 2018
9am - 3pm
Let’s Talk LD-Summit View School
College Planning and Transition Conference
October 7, 2017 | 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.
Glendale Community College
A College Conference of this type is long overdue. It is designed specifically for students with learning differences, their families, educators and educational professionals, and allies.
We have come a long way in making sure students with disabilities enroll in college, but there is still much work to do. It is important for families, educators, and involved professionals to know about the changes in disability services at the college level and what supports and skills can help students be successful.
Come hear college transition experts speak on important topics, such as building effective social-emotional and self-advocacy skills, college financing, available accommodations and support services at college, how to find the right fit, and hear from current students about their experiences. This will be an inspiring, informative day!
For registration and more information PLEASE CLICK HERE