Dyslexia Symposium 2008

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Dyslexia Symposium 2008

Postby getz » Sat Aug 23, 2008 8:15 pm

TOPICS COVERED
✔ Dyslexia: Characteristics and Interventions
✔ Differential Diagnosis for Dyslexia
✔ Dyslexia and Language-Reading Connections
✔ Learning to Learn: Study Skills and Learning Tools

Dyslexia is an “invisible” disability that affects as many as
1 out of 8 children in any given population. Very often, it
remains a hidden problem until the symptoms are detected
by parents or teachers who work closely with the children.
If left untreated, dyslexia may result in many social and
emotional problems for the individuals suffering from it.

For the first time in Singapore, parents, educators and
professionals will have the opportunity to gain expert
insights on this neurological condition from the viewpoints
of a speech & language

Go to http://www.ortoncentre.com.sg for more information!

getz
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Re: Dyslexia Symposium 2008

Postby zelynn » Fri Apr 30, 2010 2:59 pm

getz wrote:TOPICS COVERED
✔ Dyslexia: Characteristics and Interventions
✔ Differential Diagnosis for Dyslexia
✔ Dyslexia and Language-Reading Connections
✔ Learning to Learn: Study Skills and Learning Tools

Dyslexia is an “invisible” disability that affects as many as
1 out of 8 children in any given population. Very often, it
remains a hidden problem until the symptoms are detected
by parents or teachers who work closely with the children.
If left untreated, dyslexia may result in many social and
emotional problems for the individuals suffering from it.

For the first time in Singapore, parents, educators and
professionals will have the opportunity to gain expert
insights on this neurological condition from the viewpoints
of a speech & language

Go to http://www.ortoncentre.com.sg for more information!


Hi, from what I know, this centre has already changed their name to MSL Centre. And their website changed to www.msl-orton.com Hope this is of use to people who come across this! :D

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