October 15 & 16, 2021

LDA of New Jersey is partnering with LDA of Michigan for a two-day virtual conference for parents, administrators, educators, advocates, professionals (lawyers, doctors, psychologists, etc.), students (14+, college, and graduate), and others who want to learn more about Learning Disabilities, ADHD, and related disorders. It’s truly a conference for all!

NeurAbilities Healthcare is proud to participate in this event via presenter Cristina Sperrazza , PsyD, Neuropsychologist. See below details for the two talks being presented by Dr. Sperrazza:

Room 4:  Neuropsychological Evaluations and Learning Disabilities-Part 1/Sperrazza (Pk-A; E)

This first presentation will provide an understanding of the purpose of neuropsychological evaluations, what they typically entail, and how they differ from school evaluations. Specific learning disabilities (i.e., dyslexia, dysgraphia, and dyscalculia) will also be discussed, such as common red flags and diagnostic criteria.

Room 4:  Supporting a Student with a Learning Disability-Part 2/Sperrazza (Pk-A; E)

This second presentation will discuss common academic recommendations and accommodations for students with specific learning disabilities (i.e., dyslexia, dysgraphia, and dyscalculia). Strategies to support struggling learners outside of school as well as other available resources will also be discussed. The first presentation provided an overview of neuropsychological evaluations and specific learning disabilities.

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