Informational Meetings for Parents & Educators
Wednesday, March 4, 2015
7 - 8:30 p.m.
Dyslexia: The Journey from Evaluation to Individual Education Plan
•504 Plan vs. IEP
•What is the process?
•What can you expect?
•What are your rights as a parent?
•How to advocate for your child
Presenter: Sharon Rieke Ed.D.
•Family consultant - Region 13 State Support Team for Butler, Clermont, Hamilton and Warren Counties Ohio
2015 SPRING CONFERENCE
March 21, 2015
Using Morphology (Meaning Parts)
to Develop Vocabulary & Word Attack Skills
Presenter: William Van Cleave
William Van Cleave is in private practice as an educational consultant whose specialties include morphology and written expression. A nationally recognized speaker, he has presented on effective teaching practices at conferences and schools around the country since 1995. His high level of enthusiasm and energy, his interactive style, and his passion for working with teachers make him an effective presenter, whether he is visiting a school and sharing with its faculty or presenting at a national conference.
Flyer and registration information will be available soon.
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Tutoring, testing, and other referral information can be obtained by calling our Branch at (513) 651-4747. We have Parent Support Groups, as well. Many of our 220-230 members are actively involved in the treatment and remediation of dyslexia. Our members are educators, psychologists, physicians, individuals with dyslexia, and parents. We represent a network of parents and professionals who have dealt with learning disability issues on an individual basis with local public and private schools. One of IDA's most important objectives is to educate the educators and raise their awareness of dyslexia in order to increase early intervention in the schools.