FROM SUPPORT TO SUCCESS FOR ALL!
Saturday, October 3, 2020, 8am-3pm at Denver Academy
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Due to the unprecedented situation with COVID-19, we have made the decision to postpone Reading in the City. We have tentatively rescheduled the conference for October 3rd, 2020. Denver Academy is available to host us that day, and our Keynote Speaker, Peg Dawson, is available to present. Once we have confirmation from all our session presenters and vendors, we will re-open registration. Thank you all for your understanding!
If you have already registered:
We know that things are in flux right now, but please let us know if you would like to extend your registration to the rescheduled date, or if you would like to cancel and be refunded, by sending an email to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Featuring Peg Dawson, Ed.D.!
Peg Dawson, Ed.D., NCSP, received her doctorate in school/ child clinical psychology from the University of Virginia. She worked as a school psychologist for 16 years, and since 1992 has worked at the Center for Learning and Attention Disorders in Portsmouth, NH. She has many years of organizational experience at the state, national, and international level, and served in many capacities, including president, of the New Hampshire Association of School Psychologists, the National Association of School Psychologists, and the International School Psychology Association. She is the author of numerous articles and book chapters on a variety of topics. Along with her colleague, Dr. Richard Guare, she has written several books for parents and professionals on the topic of executive skills, including Smart but Scattered and Smart but Scattered Teens. Peg is the 2006 recipient of the National Association of School Psychologists’ Lifetime Achievement Award.
A VERY VERY BIG THANK YOU TO OUR NON-PROFIT CONFERENCE SPONSORS!
“Dyslexia is a different brain organization that needs different teaching methods. It is never the fault of the child, but rather the responsibility of us who teach to find methods that work for that child.”
—MARYANNE WOLF, Director, Center for Reading and Language Research, Tufts University