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The Summit School Announces Executive Functions Symposium – Dr. Peg Dawson presents Smart but Scattered: Executive Dysfunction at Home and School
(January 2019, Edgewater, MD) – On Saturday, March 23, 2019, The Summit School will host its spring symposium, Smart but Scattered: Executive Dysfunction at Home and School. Dr. Peg Dawson, …
Tips for Finding the Right School When Your Child Has a Learning Difference
Parents who have a child with a learning difference often ask an important question – should my child attend a mainstream school or attend one that specializes in teaching students …
Summit Announces 2019 Community Talks and Symposium Series
The Summit School remains committed to raising awareness of children with learning differences and connecting families to necessary resources. In this season of reflection, I’d like to share important information …