IDALA Parent Support GroupS

Now in 2 Locations!: Pasadena Area & San Fernando Valley area

For Parents of Children with Dyslexia & Other Language Based Learning Differences

The groups meet three times a year for parents to find support from other parents who are on a similar journey, input from professionals in the field, and information about local resources.


Pasadena area Parent Support Group

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

7:30-9:00 pm

Teaching Math

to students with dyslexia

presented by

Tricia Valli

westmark school counselor, reading & math teacher


Ms. Valli will share strategies and lesson plans she uses daily when teaching math to her students with language-based learning difficulties

and offer tips and suggestions for parents to assist their children with math homework.

This presentation is not intended for children.

Attendance is free, however, your rsvp is required.


San Fernando Valley Parent Group

And IDALA Open Board Meeting

Saturday, October 20, 2018

10:00am - 12noon

Experience Dyslexia®

a learning disabilities simulation

this powerful, hands-on workshop lets participants experience some of the challenges and frustrations that people with language-based learning disabilities face each day. The simulation provides a lively, thought-provoking experience for parents to better understand the struggles of their children with dyslexia.

AFTER THE SIMULATION, IDALA BOARD MEMBERS WILL SHARE what we do AND our plans for the coming year.

This event is free, however, your rsvp is required.

THIS MEETING IS NOT INTENDED FOR CHILDREN

 

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Our parent support group is open to all IDALA members and non-members; however, membership is encouraged!  Membership includes access to research journals, discounts to our conferences and workshops, and access to Dyslexia Connection an e-newsletter written for parents that deals with dyslexia and related learning disabilities. Articles focus on parenting, advocacy and other issues facing families with children who learn differently.