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Online Parent Workshops in May – June at SPELD NSW

Parent Workshops for parents and carers who want to learn more about how to support their children with learning difficulties.

Our parent workshops focus on evidence-based literacy and numeracy instruction and best-practice approaches to teach and support students with specific learning difficulties like dyslexia.

We have some upcoming events in May – June 2020 to be exclusively held via online webinar to help parents in this difficult time.

 

Understanding ADHD

27 May 2020, 7pm AEST.

 

 

 

Making Adjustments to Support Students with Specific Learning Difficulties

10 June 2020, 7pm AEST.

 

Parent Support – Find out other ways SPELD NSW can help Parents and Carers.

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