Recording of Dyslexia Evaluations Part 2: Extended Examples and Case Studies Webinar

Recording of Dyslexia Evaluations Part 2: Extended Examples and Case Studies Webinar

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This is the recording of 12/16/19 Dyslexia Evaluations Part 2: Extended Examples and Case Studies Webinar

Presenter: Marianne Nice, MS, CCC-SLP

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You may be among the many who are excited to attend Marianne Nice's popular webinar on assessing for dyslexia on November 18, 2019, called "Dyslexia Evaluations: The Assessments and the Signs." Maybe you've already attended that attendance record breaking session that was originally presented in 2018. Because many find making the dyslexia diagnosis to be such a complex issue, not only clinically and logistically, but also at times emotionally for parents and students, Marianne felt compelled to also offer a follow up to the initial Dyslexia Evaluations webinar. If you're not feeling confident assisting in the diagnosis and using the "D" word, this unique webinar, along with the November 18th webinar, is a must! The December 15th webinar, entitled "Dyslexia Evaluations Part 2: Extended Examples and Case Studies," will equip you with the practical information you need to delve further into providing the dyslexia diagnosis. In this informative, new session you will learn how the diagnosis is being made with actual real life students by various types of educators, often working together as a team. Although the case study examples shown are taken from educators and clinicians who are assessing and diagnosing students while working in public school settings, the information gathered in this session is applicable to those working in all settings including private settings. Marianne will review additional case studies of students, providing step-by-step information examining how the diagnosis was actually made. She will also share what tests were used, what other types of information had been gathered, and the resultant changes in instructional programming for these students. Other considerations, such as attention disorders, instructional history, and cognitive profiles, will be discussed. This session is appropriate for teachers, special educators, reading specialist, speech language pathologists, psychologists, administrators, advocates, parents, and anyone interested in gaining the necessary information to make the dyslexia diagnosis. 

Presented by: Marianne Nice, MS, CCC-SLP

This webinar is presented by nationally recognized speaker, speech language pathologist, certified reading specialist, and consultant, Marianne Nice, MS, CCC-SLP.  Marianne, who has 20 years experience in K-12 education,  is a former adjunct faculty member of the UNH Graduate Program in Speech-Language Pathology.  She provides professional development and consults to school systems on Multi-tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) models, to improve academic outcomes in literacy and math. Marianne is trained in over 11 reading intervention programs and provides case consultation and private literacy evaluations for individual students through her private practice. She is a 6-time speaker at the ASHA National Convention, presenting as well at the International Dyslexia Association annual convention. She also presents for state level language and literacy organizations. Marianne is also a national trainer for Reading with TLC.  With her husband of 18 years (also an educator) she recently started a blog on   Marianne has 2 children, ages 15 and 12 and resides in New Hampshire.  

CREDITS: This training offers 1.5 cont. ed. hours for all, and Certificate Maintenance Hours (CMHs) for Speech Language Pathologists. ASHA accepts CMHs towards the 30 hours needed for re-certification. 


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