Dyslexia: Myths, Facts, and Interventions (Recording) 9/4 - 12/31

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This recording is available until December 31, 2018. Purchase orders are also accepted by calling 781-331-7412, faxing 781-812-2441, or emailing info@readingwithtlc.com.

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This presentation is designed for administrators, teachers, parents and advocates alike.

What participants can expect:

  • review of the neurobiological basis for dyslexia and the myths
  • examine the underlying linguistic components of early reading and how these components differ for individuals with dyslexia
  • learn how achievement gaps are formed and how school systems can respond with appropriate MTSS/RTI models in place
  • examine interventions that are best designed for students diagnosed with dyslexia and why they work
  • learn the “must have” components of a multi sensory Orton-Gillingham based lesson plan and key questions to ask when evaluating such approaches
  • review of what to look for in strong IEP goals
  • learn some of the common pitfalls that prevent students from making aggressive gains

Presenter: Marianne Nice, MS, CCC-SLP Marianne is vetted by the NHDOE as a Turnaround Coach for NH schools and is an adjunct faculty member at the University of New Hampshire within the Communication Sciences and Disorders Dept. A speech language pathologist and certified reading specialist, Marianne has been trained in 11 different reading intervention programs. She is a sought-after presenter and is the lead National Trainer for TLC. Known for her "down-to-earth" and motivating style of speaking, Marianne brings with her years of experience, not only as a service provider in multiple settings, but also as a mentor and consultant to many educators, clinicians, and administrators who have seen first-hand the direct results of her contributions via dramatic gains in school-wide literacy scores.

CREDITS: This training offers 1.5 cont. ed. hours for all, and Certificate Maintenance Hours (CMHs) for Speech Language Pathologists. ASHA accepts CMHs towards the 30 hours needed for re-certification.

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