A FREE HEAV-Sponsored Seminar
Wednesday, October 25
Many homeschool parents are perplexed by the difficulty they sometimes find in teaching their child to read. You may have read widely to your child from a young age and provided consistent and appropriate instruction. And yet despite your best efforts, your student still seems unable to read accurately and fluently.
For many of these children, difficulty with reading is caused by dyslexia. Dyslexia can also make the process of learning to spell and compose very difficult. But with the right instruction and support, dyslexic students can find success in each of these language-based disciplines.
Kathy Kamibayashi, former homeschool mom of two adult children, is a private dyslexia tutor who has successfully taught dyslexic students to read and spell. She also serves as a consultant to parents seeking to provide an appropriate and effective education for their dyslexic children. Kathy is a native Californian and earned her degree from the University of California at Davis.
Susan Schaeffer Macaulay says in her book, For the Children’s Sake, “Education isn’t as hard as all the experts make out.” Kathy believes this rings true for teaching dyslexic students as well.
Get Answers to Questions
- What is dyslexia?
- What are the characteristics or warning signs ?
- Can I homeschool my dyslexic child and what are the benefits?
- What curriculum is available to teach a dyslexic child to read?
- What should I do if my middle schooler or high schooler still isn’t reading effectively?
- Does dyslexia only affect a child’s ability to read, or does it affect other disciplines such a math and science as well?
This FREE two-hour workshop will help you gain a better understanding of dyslexia, how to recognize it, and guide you in creating an academic plan that addresses the issues of dyslexia, while easing the burden on you.
October 25, 2017, from 10 a.m. to noon
HEAV office at 2100 West Laburnum Avenue, Richmond, 23227
Registration is FREE but reservations are required because space is limited.
Questions? HEAV office at 804-278-9200 between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.