Wait, Wasn’t Reading Supposed to be Fun?
A FREE HEAV-Sponsored Seminar
Saturday, April 7
October’s “Reading Difficulties” seminar was a great success! If you missed it, or if you want to review the subject matter again, be sure to join us for the spring seminar!
As parents, we can’t wait to share the joy of reading with our kids. But what happens when, despite our best efforts, our kids can’t seem to master reading and spelling?
In many cases, difficulty learning to read and spell is caused by dyslexia. But that’s not the end of the story. With the right instruction, children can overcome the challenges associated with dyslexia.
This workshop will explore methods for teaching reading — and love of reading — to students with dyslexia. We’ll focus on questions like:
- What is dyslexia?
- What are the characteristics and warnings signs?
- Can I homeschool my dyslexic child? What are the benefits?
- Are there any curricula for teaching dyslexic children to read?
- What should I do if my middle schooler or high schooler still isn’t reading effectively?
Kathy Kamibayashi is a former homeschool mom and a dyslexia specialist. She serves as a consultant to parents who are seeking to provide a rich, effective education to their dyslexic children. A native Californian, Kathy earned her degree from the University of California at Davis.
April 7, 2018, 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.
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Questions? HEAV office at 804-278-9200 between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.