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Is your child receiving appropriately ambitious Reading Instruction?

 

Do you feel prepared to effectively advocate for your dyslexic-minded child to receive 504 supports or an Individualized Education Program (IEP)?

 

Do you feel that you are ready to participate meaningfully as a member of your child’s Special Education team about diagnosis, accommodations or IEPs, as Federal law empowers you to do? 

 

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. We have been providing answers and support to Kansas parents and educators for almost 20 years. Today, because of the work of the Kansas Dyslexia Task Force, there is finally a growing awareness in our state of what can and should be done by local education agencies (LEAs) on your child's behalf. The future of Kansas’ struggling readers is more hopeful than ever.

 

Join us as Barb Orsi breaks down the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA) and 504 Law. Learn what your role is in successfully helping your child to receive the intervention and support so they can learn to read, write, and spell. This is one of our most important lectures and is essential for anyone wanting to help a child with dyslexia.

Dyslexia: Know Your Rights - Thursday, February 6, 2020

$10.00Price

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