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Here's the best thing I learned this summer!I attended a Learning and The Brain Conference in Wellfleet, Mass (Cape Cod). I know, lucky me! Funny story: I did my first PeriscopeTV while walking to the conference and got lost on the way home because I wasn't paying attention. Anyway, I learned a whole lot about the neuropsychology of learning and have highlighted the subcategories of the three areas of learning discussed. Today I bring you reading!
As you are probably aware, language plays a huge role in reading and SLPs are a critical part of the collaboration team. I hope these subtype breakdowns help you to better understand the learning processes of reading. This knowledge can assist an RTI team, evaluation team, as well as inform parents of your role in the academic subject areas.
90% of referrals in elementary are for Dysphonetic Dyslexia.
Brain research shows that the brain can change!
What is LD? learning disabilities or learning dormancy?
We fire the brain with interventions to wake it up!
Frequency of services always beats duration.
The younger kids tend to remediate, older kids tend to compensate.
Follow my blog to see upcoming posts on the neuropsychology of writing and math! Yes, we have a critical role in MATH~especially with Common Core.