Does your child struggle to fall asleep at night? Children identified with dyslexia often find it hard to sleep at night. Their brains are processing the day and many times worrying about tomorrow. If your child also has ADHD, their brain is busy processing and can often struggle with sleep. Dr. Olivardia is going to share why sleep is important and what we can do as parents to help our children get to sleep.
Jacob shares his dyslexia story with our community. He is already a leader in the dyslexia community as a founder of the KidsRead2Kids and the Youth and Young Adult Advocate Program President of the International Dyslexia Association.
Children with dyslexia can often have strong emotions and not handle stress well. Dr. Abi Gewirtz helps families identify emotions and have conversations about stress.
Jennifer Amichia is the founder and owner of Growing Exceptional Minds (G.E.M.) in Atlanta, Georgia. She graduated magna cum laude from Georgia State University with a dual degree in Early Childhood and Special Education. Ms. Jenn has been teaching for almost 10 years and is certified to teach K-12. She is also an Orton-Gillingham trained tutor and has been using a structured…
Meditation is a great tool for mindfulness.