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Learning Issues and Adoption

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Add to Calendar 11-03-2013 11-03-2013 15 Learning Issues and Adoption Most schools do not have a solid understanding of the issues some adopted children face. This workshop will show you how to engage the school and get what you need for your child. Learn how to address specific concerns about language, cognition, and behavioral issues, and how they relate to school placement for the adopted child. Presenter: Boris Gindis, PhD is a licensed and nationally certified school psychologist who has extensive experience in assisting parents of children adopted internationally in developing and securing appropriate educational placement. http://www.nymetroparents.com/2015neweventinfo.cfm?id=130662 Spence-Chapin Services true DD/MM/YYYY
March 11, 2013
6:30-8:30pm
Spence-Chapin Services
Upper East Side
Adult
$40 for individuals in advance; $68 for couples in advance; registration required

Description: Most schools do not have a solid understanding of the issues some adopted children face. This workshop will show you how to engage the school and get what you need for your child. Learn how to address specific concerns about language, cognition, and behavioral issues, and how they relate to school placement for the adopted child.

Presenter: Boris Gindis, PhD is a licensed and nationally certified school psychologist who has extensive experience in assisting parents of children adopted internationally in developing and securing appropriate educational placement.

Address: 410 E. 92nd St., 3rd Floor
Upper East Side, NY 10128
Phone: 212-360-0259
Website: spence-chapin.org/about-spence-chapin/e2_event.php?id=454

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