DYSLEXIASCREENING

What is Dyslexia screening – Dr Richard Selznick

Dyslexia screening is a tool for identifying children who may be at risk for dyslexia (reading disability) and for gathering information to assist those children. A dyslexia screening can be performed by a range of educational professionals. Although it might

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Development Rules – Dr. Richard Selznick

To finish out the week, I am going to make a simplistic point, but one that I think is often forgotten. Development rules. To illustrate, let’s forget disabilities for second. Let’s say your 7 year old is one of those

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UNDERSTOOD.ORG —– AWESOME RESOURCE

For the first time ever, 15 nonprofit organizations have joined forces to support parents of the one in five children with learning and attention issues throughout their journey. With the right support, parents can help children unlock their strengths and

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“Bright Kids Who Can’t Keep Up” Guest Dr. Ellen Braaten

Back to school – Season 5 Special Event! Our host Dr. Richard Selznick kicks off our Fall season with an outstanding interview. Franklin, age 8, can build wonderful Lego cities. He is also a fount of information when it comes

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Our Sister Network – Talking Special Needs

AUTISM AS THEY GROW Wayne Gilpin – Future Horizons Housing and Independent Living Squag Autism Self Advocacy Network Sensory World Respecting Autism What to do when your autistic child is sick The Golden Hat Foundation Uncovering Abilities When parent and

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Held Hostage By IQ: The Number That’s Stamped in Your Brain (And on your child)

Held Hostage By IQ: The Number That’s Stamped in Your Brain I hear stories quite often from parents regarding frustration over a child not receiving what he or she needs because of the child’s IQ. I sometimes think that we

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