Dyslexia & Dysgraphia
Universal Design for Learning
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Planning. Focus. Execution.
Executive function refers to the higher-level activities our brains perform to coordinate and manage thinking and behavior. Learners with dyslexia may have an extra difficult time regulating these behaviors, like starting or finishing work.
How can staff work together effectively to make accommodations and interventions mean much more than a list on an IEP, and truly make meaningful progress for students?
Watch this short, on-demand webinar if you:
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