Springer's Center is the area's leading resource on learning disabilities for parents and professionals.
On October 5, Join us as we more closely examine ADHD. Guests will have the opportunity to reflect on Jessica’s presentation, as well as connect with fellow parents and educators to continue the conversation about ADHD. Registration is FREE!
6:30-8:00 p.m. In-Person at the Springer School and Center Library. Presented by Carmen Mendoza and Lisa Bruns.
Does your child have difficulty learning letters, sounds and words? Do they lag behind peers in reading and spelling? You may be wondering what this means for their academic performance. During this two-part series, we will explain and define this language-based learning disability, sometimes referred to as dyslexia, and provide a blueprint for supporting academic success. Part One is November 9 at 6:30 p.m.
Thursday, December 2 at 6:30 p.m. More info & Register now!
On Wednesday, January 19, please join us for The Springer Parent Book Club Part 1! Members will have the opportunity for group discussions related to the topics and themes from Overcoming Dyslexia. Written by one of the world’s preeminent experts on reading and dyslexia, Sally Shaywitz, Overcoming Dyslexia offers research-based insight into identifying, understanding, and overcoming dyslexia.
Discussion will focus on Parts 1 and 2 of the book, the history and diagnosis of dyslexia. Registration is FREE.
Through this webinar, you will learn about developing positive behaviors at home when a child has ADHD and Executive Function issues.
This program addresses how to develop routines that support the development of EF skills and emphasizes practical strategies that you can begin using today!
In this recorded presentation, Dr. David Anderson discusses the stages of development of a child with ADHD and their symptoms, and emphasizes early intervention for better management of symptoms. Parents will gain an understanding of how to prioritize coping skills and how to enlist a child’s buy in and acceptance of their ADHD.
Lisa K. Woodruff, author of “How ADHD Affects Home Organization”, shares her insights about how organization is a skill that can be learned. Lisa helps parents gain insight into how to help children with ADHD take ownership of their environment, learn organizing skills, and create organizing routines that WORK!