When your child is first identified with dyslexia you often feel lost, alone, and overwhelmed. You may be thinking, I wish someone would just set me on a path and tell me what to do. You don’t have to navigate this journey alone.
Children with dyslexia often show signs of low self-esteem. After months and often times years of not being identified with dyslexia, children believe they are not smart and struggle with their school work. There are ways that you can promote and improve your child’s self-esteem. In this episode, you will learn the 5 ways to promote confidence in your child.
I remember the day we learned our daughter was dyslexic (specific learning disability is what the IEP read). I was anxious to know why she was struggling to learn to read. To this day, I can recall the room, the people who were present, and the way I felt sitting in the meeting. I left the meeting feeling even more…
Sabrina is sharing the annual IEP process that includes progress monitoring and compensatory education, where appropriate.
Sabrina is sharing how to write an effective IEP (SMART) goal.