Preschool-aged children may exhibit some communication, behavioral, and social indicators that may predict later learning difficulties. Learning differences such as dyslexia can be traced to preschool language difficulties. Some children struggle saying the alphabet or naming colors and shapes. Parents may observe have difficulty understanding rhyming.
Dr. Joan Mele-McCarthy, Executive Director of The Summit School, was interviewed for an article, When your child has problems in preschool, in Chesapeake Family magazine this month.
Interested parents may want to attend, Recognizing the at-risk learner, a free community talk at Crofton Community Library on Tuesday, February 3. For details, click here.