Join Brooklyn Letter’s pediatric experts Dr. Lindsay Whitman (pediatric neuropsychologist ages 4-18), Jo-Ann Kalb (NY State Certified Teacher & reading interventionist for children ages 5 to 10), and Craig Selinger (speech language therapist for babies to pre-adolescence) for a parent-friendly collaborative discussion on dyslexia (reading disorder). They will debunk common myths, provide up-to-date information on dyslexia, and review the process that should be undertaken to diagnose dyslexia. Finally, practical strategies to use with students (age 5-10) to help their reading development will be provided.
The discussion will take place in Park Slope. Cheese and wine will be provided.
When: Monday October 24th, 6:45pm-8:15 pm.
Lecture 6:45-7:45pm and Q & A 7:45-8:15pm.
Where: 435 15th St. #1 between 8th Ave and Prospect Park West in Park Slope, Brooklyn. One block from the F and G subway- 15th St. stop
Cost: $15 per person. No refund, unless event is canceled. Spots limited to 12 people.
Email Craig at firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP. Once confirmed, please mail a check for $15, written out to Craig Selinger, and mail it to 435 15th St. #1, Brooklyn, NY 11215
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