Unlocking the Mystery: Language-based Learning Disabilities
What is a language-based learning disability and how is it diagnosed? What developmental skills are involved? How does this affect academic learning and what is done in schools? Christine Clark will answer these questions as she examines the characteristics of language-based learning disabilities, how they are treated, and the nuances between different forms of the disability.
Thursday, May 22nd, 2014
At our Needham Center (220 Reservoir St, Suite 6)
Presenter: Christine Clark, M.S., Language and Literacy Specialist
Christine Clark is a language and literacy specialist. She holds a MS in Language and Literacy from Simmons College. She has over 14 years of experience as a special education teacher and is currently working as a special education consultant. Ms. Clark combines her formal education as a reading specialist, advanced training in language, and direct professional teaching experience in special education to bring evidence-based practices into public and private settings.
Please RSVP for this free event by phone (781.444.5193) or email ([email protected]). Let us know if you have particular questions that you’d like addressed. Hope to see you there!
Meet Parents, Share Ideas, Learn
Coffee and Dessert provided.