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Speak to a Pediatrician: Understanding How Your Child Learns
May 11 @ 4:00 pm - 5:15 pm PDT
Learn what to look for when you suspect learning difficulties—and get guidance from a professional on what to do next.
As a result of the last 18 tumultuous months, we’re now experiencing a rapid acceleration in the emphasis on foundational learning skills. In a recent study, Understood.org found that as a result of distance learning, nearly three-quarters (72%) of parents have become aware of or noticed their children may have learning challenges or differences. Not only is awareness of learning differences growing, but so is the anxiety and confusion that follows. Caregivers are unsure of who to ask for support, what symptoms would warrant a diagnosis, and where to turn for treatment.
To help, Learnfully and Evolve Health have partnered to give parents and caregivers clear insights into the signs of emerging learning differences, like ADHD and dyslexia, so that you are equipped to take the best next steps.
This event is perfect for parents and caregivers of kids grades 2nd-7th, who want to find out more about Learning Differences and understand how their child learns. This event is designed around participant interests, current knowledge, and prerequisite surveys. Regular price registration is $75. Save $25 with early bird registration when you register by March 7th.
- An Executive Function Evaluation that identifies your child’s individual strengths & challenges
- Access to the live event, where we will take a deep-dive into learning differences, touching on a variety of topics including early signs of learning differences, how and when to reach out to specialists, the role of a pediatrician when addressing your concerns, recognizing risk factors, common LD myths, and the steps to take to find the right support team
- Direct interaction with a pediatrician—ask questions, join in the conversation, and learn from other parents like you
- Additional resources and an opportunity to follow up with specialists to receive support and services after the event.