New Webinar Series

Dyslexia and Dysgraphia, ADHD, Executive Functioning: How to Help

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Dyslexia is the most common learning disability, and what often comes along with that are other disorders, conditions, and/or symptoms.

Our latest series of on-demand webinars will walk you through strategies to support students with ADHD, Dysgraphia, and Executive Function deficiencies alongside reading difficulty or dyslexia.

Dyslexia and ADHD

If you are interested in finding ways to support learners who struggle with reading and ADHD, watch this short, on-demand webinar to learn:

  • Key signs of ADHD and dyslexia, including similarities and differences between the two, like working memory issues
  • The reason that it’s so important to address these conditions separately
  • Creative interventions and supports, like visual checklists, for learners struggling with dyslexia and ADHD

Dyslexia and Executive Function

Watch this short, on-demand webinar if you:

  • You want to unpack executive function challenges faced by students who also have dyslexia and reading difficulties
  • Want to make breakthroughs with your students who have executive function challenges
  • Need practical strategies for implementation, including the use of AT, with individual students and across the IEP team
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Dyslexia and Dysgraphia

Watch this short, on-demand webinar to get strategies to support students who struggle with reading and writing and:

  • Gain a deeper understanding of dysgraphia and dyslexia
  • Discover tools and technology to build a toolkit for reading and writing
  • Learn how to use data to improve student outcomes

Our Expert Presenters

Cheryl Chase, Ph.D.

is a licensed clinical psychologist in private practice in Independence, a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio. She specializes in the diagnostic and neuropsychological assessment of various conditions impacting children, adolescents, and young adults including ADHD, Pervasive Developmental Disorders, Learning Disorders, and emotional concerns. In addition to her clinical practice, Dr. Chase is also an accomplished speaker at the local and national levels, leading workshops on such timely topics as executive functioning, dyslexia/dysgraphia, and creative ways to support those who struggle in school. She also makes frequent appearances on area television news programs, addressing various topics that are of interest to the general public. Finally, Dr. Chase serves as an adjunct instructor at several colleges in the Cleveland area. She is an active member of the International Dyslexia Association, the American Psychological Association, and Learning Disabilities Association of America. For more information, please visit or my LinkedIn page.

Keri Huddleston, M.A., CCC-SLP

is a speech language pathologist and assistive technology specialist in Reno, NV. Keri has 30 years of experience in the field working with students with a range of disabilities and providing consultative services to teams who support them. She has presented extensively at local, state, and national conferences in the areas of assistive technology, inclusive practices, learning disabilities, autism spectrum disorder, augmentative communication, challenging behavior, consultative service, and executive functioning. She has also published articles on assistive technology, augmentative communication, and autism.

Kati McIlroy

is an Assistive Technology Specialist and an Occupational Therapist who has worked in school districts for over 17 years in Southern California and currently works with Don Johnston Incorporated as an Educational Support Specialist. She collaborates with district professionals, educators, and therapists to integrate technologies that help students access the curriculum. By conducting presentations and training at schools and conferences, she helps spread the word about how Universal Design for Learning opens the world to students and creates lifelong learners.