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Summit Symposium Series: Smart but Scattered – On Line Registration Closed, ON-SITE REGISTRATION AVAILABLE

Spring Symposium/March 23, 2019: Smart but Scattered: Executive Dysfunction at Home and School presented by Dr. Peg Dawson. 

Understand how executive skills – the cognitive processes required to plan and organize activities, follow through on tasks, and self-regulate – impact daily living and school performance.  Learn Assessment strategies, how to design interventions for improvement and when and how to employ coaching as a strategy to support executive skill development.

Who Should Attend:

  • Educators (K-12)
  • Reading Specialists
  • Literacy Coaches
  • Occupational Therapists
  • Administrators
  • Speech-language Pathologists
  • School Psychologists
  • Behavior Specialists
  • Counselors
  • Specialists
  • Parents
  • Anyone interested in timely and relevant information about reading comprehension.

ASHA and NASP continuing education units offered.

Individuals wishing to register for the symposium can register on-site tomorrow for $150.  Please contact with any questions.

THANK YOU TO OUR PRESENTING SPONSOR:

 

THANK YOU TO OUR PARTNER SCHOOLS!