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Understanding Dyslexia and Other Language Based Learning Disabilities:
An Overview for Mental Health Professionals
Presenter: Lydia H. Soifer , Ph.D
These webinars offer 1.5 Continuing Education Hours
This webinar is recorded and will not grant live credits.
What is dyslexia?
Dr. Soifer will give us an accurate understanding of this learning disability, including the seven common signs of dyslexia.
In addition, she will speak about identifying and supporting students with dyslexia at school.
Furthermore, she will discuss the toll of unidentified dyslexia on students' emotional and behavioral functioning.