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Supporting Children with Dyslexia During Virtual Learning

Hey Thunderbirds,

A fellow AISD parent and founder of Impact Dyslexia, Stephen Straus, reached out to us to share information about a free Zoom event this Friday, August 14, 2020 for parents and educators to learn about ways to support children with Dyslexia during this period of virtual learning. Information and a link to sign up are below.

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Dyslexia and Virtual Learning Lunch-and-Learn

Texas parents and teachers, please join Dr. Rachel Robillard and Shannon Meroney for a free lunch-and-learn webinar on how to support your dyslexic student during virtual learning as we start the new school-year.

Dr. Robillard is an educator, retired professor, psychologist and grandmother of a dyslexic student, who formerly headed the Austin Independent School District’s 504 Services Department, including reimagining evaluation and intervention of dyslexia services. She will discuss the ways you can optimize learning for your dyslexic student while they attend “virtual school.”

Shannon Meroney is a lobbyist, dyslexia advocate, and mother of two dyslexic students who was instrumental in helping to get the landmark dyslexia-related provisions included in the recent sweeping and historic school finance bill HB-3. She will address the impact of HB-3 on our dyslexic students in the COVID era.

Dyslexia and Virtual Learning Lunch-and-Learn
Friday August 14, 2020
Noon-1pm Central

Free Registration

 

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