October 16th, Zoom
Remote learning already comes with its own set of challenges that millions of students and parents must learn to navigate this school year. But for students diagnosed with ADHD, remote instruction is an even tougher wall to climb.
Join our FREE LIVE CONVERSATION on October 16, 2020, noon, EST, with developmental neuropsychologist Claire Golden, Ph.D., special education advocate, and consultant Miriam A. Nunberg, Esq., and licensed speech-language pathologist, learning specialist, and CEO of Brooklyn Letters and Themba Tutors Craig Selinger, as they discuss with parents the opportunities and strategies needed by children with ADHD to succeed in remote learning.
October 8th, Zoom
Please join us for a one-hour Zoominar for college-bound students and families about the essay writing process. We will focus on the Personal Statement for the Common Application, decoding each question and discussing strategies for answering them. For illustration, we will analyze essays by successful recent college applicants. The session will include brainstorming exercises that students can practice on their own and some time for questions and answers.
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March 20th, Zoom
If the underlying problem is not identified within the right time frame and with the appropriate methods, parents, students, and teachers face the risk of letting students fall through the cracks. For parents and even for professionals, it is an overwhelming process to navigate the sea of diagnostic labels.
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April 3rd, Manhattan, NYC
What is dyslexia? Who diagnoses it? This panel presentation will help you to explore these questions and more. Moderated by Craig Selinger of Themba Tutors and Manhattan Letters, four New York City experts will present a primer for dyslexia.