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We have an exciting new professional development partnership with the MAIA Education Resource Center.

Supporting Diverse Learners with Comorbidity: ADHD and Dyslexia in Grades 6-8
This session will be held on Monday, March 4th, from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Zoom.

The session is designed to equip educators with the knowledge and strategies to support students diagnosed with ADHD and Dyslexia effectively. Participants will leave this workshop with an understanding of how to address comorbidities and learn practical tools for creating inclusive and nurturing environments in middle school. It will be presented by Sharon Thomas, MAIA Founder and Director, Samantha Santiago-Gionet, MAIA Director of Executive Function Coaching and Tutoring, and Dr. Paul Yellin, MD.

Dr. Yellin holds a medical degree and provides neuropsychological evaluations at the Yellin Center. He has expertise in diagnosing both dyslexia and ADHD (https://www.yellincenter.com/about-dr-yellin.html).

The MAIA Education Resource Center was founded by Sharon Thomas and Keith Haber and named after their daughter. They are both deeply committed to making sure all children receive the same treatment as they would wish for their own child. They understand students as individuals, each with unique and diverse learning profiles. They provide and oversee various education-related services, including School Placement (N-12), College Admissions, Tutoring, Test Preparation, Executive Function Coaching, and Workshops. You can learn more about MAIA here: https://www.maiaeducation.com/

The cost of this session is $35.

 You can register here!

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