Phillips Fundamental Learning Center offers a circuit of helpful lectures for parents after a child has been to a dyslexia screening. These activities are designed to give parents all of the information they need to support and advocate for a child with dyslexia. This series of two activities can be attended in any order, and any adult who is interested is encouraged to attend.
According to research, one out of every five students have dyslexia. Unfortunately, very few individuals have accurate information about what dyslexia is. Instead, many “dyslexia myths” continue to be prevalent in our Kansas communities. Fundamental Learning Center hopes to remedy that by offering parents and teachers this monthly lecture designed to share current, research-based information and facts about dyslexia. Acquiring knowledge and understanding of all these areas is vital for anyone playing a role in the life of a dyslexic child.
- 5:30 p.m. the third Thursday of each month offered as a virtual lecture. Register here.
Is your child receiving the education he or she deserves? Prepare to request necessary 504 accommodations or an IEP for your child with dyslexia. Be ready to talk your child’s school about accommodations or IEPs. Most parents tell us they feel intimidated and lack confidence to have this conversation with their child’s school administrators and staff. Fundamental Learning Center understands and is here to help.
- 5:30 p.m. the second Thursday of each month offered as a virtual lecture. Register here.
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