Attention Deficit (H) Disorder/LD Support and Lecture Series

Self-Advocacy Skills in our Children - LD/ADHD Lecture Series

One of the greatest gifts a parent can provide to his/her child or student with LD and/or ADHD challenges is self-advocacy skills. Come learn how to help your child/teen develop these skills early on and over time, especially in the classroom. To understand oneself and to articulate one's needs to others is essential for a child/teen to become an independent learner and a self-sufficient adult.

Presenters:

Nirit Zandman Educational Services

  • Educational Therapy - Individualized educational intervention designed to support children and adults with learning, attention, and social-emotional challenges
  • ADHD and Executive Function Coaching
  • Advocacy and Case management
Address: 
10062 Pasadena Ave.
95014 Cupertino , CA
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Updated: 
Thu, May 14, 2020: 2:56 pm

Learning Differences/Attention Deficit Disorder Parent Support Group

Our monthly Learning Disabilities/Attention Deficit Disorder Parent Support Group meets from 6:10 - 7:15 pm. September through May, just preceding our LD/ADD Lecture Series that begins at 7:30. It provides an open forum for parents to share their concerns, insights and experiences. Volunteer facilitators lead the group sessions and try to give everyone an opportunity to speak briefly about their most pressing issue as well as to learn of available resources they may wish to explore.

Advocacy Workshop - Evaluations & Education Files; Do It Right!

Advocacy Workshop - Evaluations & Education Files; Do It Right!

Attend this workshop to improve your advocacy skills. It will not matter what type of disability your child may have; Speech problems, learning disabilities, health problems, autism, aspergers, hard of hearing or any other types of disabilities. 

Why advocate? You have important role as a parent or guardian in the special education process. 

The Parents Journey from Emotions to Advocacy
The topic varies each month as we work though the book.from Emotions to Advocacy

Learning Differences/Attention Deficit Disorder Parent Support Group

Our monthly Learning Disabilities/Attention Deficit Disorder Parent Support Group meets from 6:10 - 7:15 pm. September through May, just preceding our LD/ADD Lecture Series that begins at 7:30. It provides an open forum for parents to share their concerns, insights and experiences. Volunteer facilitators lead the group sessions and try to give everyone an opportunity to speak briefly about their most pressing issue as well as to learn of available resources they may wish to explore.

Learning Differences/Attention Deficit Disorder Parent Support Group

Our monthly Learning Disabilities/Attention Deficit Disorder Parent Support Group meets from 6:10 - 7:15 pm. September through May, just preceding our LD/ADD Lecture Series that begins at 7:30. It provides an open forum for parents to share their concerns, insights and experiences. Volunteer facilitators lead the group sessions and try to give everyone an opportunity to speak briefly about their most pressing issue as well as to learn of available resources they may wish to explore.

Learning Differences/Attention Deficit Disorder Parent Support Group

Our monthly Learning Disabilities/Attention Deficit Disorder Parent Support Group meets from 6:10 - 7:15 pm. September through May, just preceding our LD/ADD Lecture Series that begins at 7:30. It provides an open forum for parents to share their concerns, insights and experiences. Volunteer facilitators lead the group sessions and try to give everyone an opportunity to speak briefly about their most pressing issue as well as to learn of available resources they may wish to explore.

Learning Differences/Attention Deficit Disorder Parent Support Group

Our monthly Learning Disabilities/Attention Deficit Disorder Parent Support Group meets from 6:10 - 7:15 pm. September through May, just preceding our LD/ADD Lecture Series that begins at 7:30. It provides an open forum for parents to share their concerns, insights and experiences. Volunteer facilitators lead the group sessions and try to give everyone an opportunity to speak briefly about their most pressing issue as well as to learn of available resources they may wish to explore.

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