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Wed, Oct 12

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Monthly Parent Information Night

During this monthly webinar, followed by a Q&A session, one of our Educational Therapists will be sharing information about Barton Reading and Spelling, ways to enhance cognition through games and mediation, and support for building math skills, handwriting skills, and executive functioning skills.

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Monthly Parent Information Night
Monthly Parent Information Night

Time & Location

Oct 12, 2022, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Online Event Webinar

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About the Event

Join LFA for a parent information night led by Founder and Executive Director, Rachel Herman. This monthly webinar, followed by a Q&A session, will take place monthly at 7:00 p.m, beginning October 12, 2022. Throughout the year, we will be discussing a wide variety of topics, including identifying learning differences, along with discussing tools and interventions to support your child. We will be will be sharing information about Barton Reading and Spelling, ways to enhance cognition through games and mediation, and support for building math skills, handwriting skills, and executive functioning skills.  

Rachel Herman, M.A., PCET is a Professionally Certified Educational  Therapist and the Founder and Executive Director of Learning for All:  Educational Therapy and Cognitive Development. Rachel is certified in Barton Reading and Spelling at the Advanced  Level, Handwriting Without Tears, and is an internationally certified  Feuerstein Cognitive Enrichment Practitioner and Trainer. She is also a  professional member of the Association of Educational Therapists, the  National Institute for Learning Development, CHADD, and the  International Dyslexia Association.

Check back for a list of upcoming topics!

 In this first session, we will be covering:

  • What is dyslexia?
  • What is Barton Reading and Spelling?
  • Overview of Foundation in Sound and Barton Level 1 and 2- building phonemic awareness
  • Ways to support your learner at home

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