On this “Ask the Experts” segment, our panel of experts (Dr. Chelsey Hauge-Zavaleta and Alexander Morris-Wood) shares wise counsel and helpful tips for multi-generational neurodiverse families.
For strategies and advice to empower your child with dyslexia, on this episode of “A World of Difference,” we turn to the experts: Dr. Elliott Jaffa, Angela Karanja, Dana Manzo, and Michelle Nielson.
For strategies and advice to empower your child with dyslexia, on this episode of “A World of Difference,” we turn to the experts: Jen Burch, Rosemarie DeJarnett, Dr. Dennis Eastman, and Dr. Nicole Tetreault.
Our “Ask the Expert” guest gets personal with assistive technology, offering insights and strategies to help families best leverage assistive technology to enhance your child’s chances for success. Laura Allen is the Head of Strategy for Accessibility and Disability Inclusion at Google.
Discussing the magic of music for children who learn differently are this episode’s panelists: Frank Fitzpatrick and Dr. Alice Hammel.
For answers to questions like what happens at IEP meetings and for strategies to ensure your child’s IEP provisions are implemented, we turn to the experts: Melissa Mayor, Fiona Rattray, and Ann Siegel.
For families rearing children with learning differences, teaching them to embrace their differences can be tricky. For help, we turn to the experts: Venus Beulah and Monica Barreto, Ph.D.
For families rearing children with learning differences, figuring out whether college is in the offing, and if it is, how to actively take part in the transition planning process, can be tricky. For answers to these and other important questions, we turn to the experts: Dr. Jill K. Corbin, Dr. Wanda M. Hadley, Josephine Vonarburg, and Alexander Morris-Wood.