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Dyslexia Identification

The Special Education Opportunity

Registration for this event is no longer available. Check back for Fall/Summer 2015 dates.

Date:

February 10, 2015

Time:

8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Cost:

$50.00

Registration includes seminar materials, continental breakfast and lunch. 

Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children is offering a workshop for assessment professionals with graduate-level training and degrees in test administration and interpretation, including Educational Diagnosticians, Licensed Specialists in School Psychology, Speech-Language Pathologists, and Licensed Professional Counselors.

The seminar will highlight:

  • Assessment data gathering that would suggest the need to consider dyslexia
  • Test instruments and the decision‐making process to more specifically evaluate the core features of dyslexia within the context of a full and individual evaluation
  • Student profiles that require more in‐depth interpretation due to complications such as AD/HD
  • How to communicate dyslexia information to parents: responding to frequently asked questions.