I want to invite you to a meeting of Decoding Dyslexia. It will take place at 7pm on Thursday May 30th at the Sterling School, 134 Atlantic Ave., located on the 2nd floor of the LICH Medical Arts Bldg.
Before retiring I was a Reading Specialist at The Children's School for 14 years. I'm still interested in helping children who are struggling with reading, so I am organizing Decoding Dyslexia in Brooklyn. This is our inaugural meeting. Decoding Dyslexia is a grassroots National movement, and its mission is to raise awareness about Dyslexia and provide support to parents.
Whether or not your child has been diagnosed with Dyslexia there is always more to learn about how children acquire reading and writing skills.
Academic success does not have to be elusive when the appropriate instruction is used.
Decoding Dyslexia in Brooklyn will be an ongoing support and informational group that will meet during the year at different locations. On the 30th we will have four speakers and will take questions from the audience.
The speakers at the May 30th meeting are the following:
Mary Beth Crosby Carroll, Reading Specialist
Ruth Arberman, Director of The Sterling School
Amy Margolis, Neuropsychologist & President of the Brooklyn Learning Ctr.
Disability Attorney from Skyler Law
Please join us at 7pm on May 30th at the Sterling School, 134 Atlantic Avenue (Bergen St. stop on the F/G train).
Hope to see you on Thursday May 30th,
Mary Beth Crosby Carroll
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