Schiff Family Conference Center at
Xavier University's Cintas Center
1624 Herald Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45207
513-871-6080, ext. 402
Professional Development Course
Stress: The Missing Piece of the LD/ADHD Puzzle
Dr. Jerome Schultz
Springer School and Center and Cincinnati Children's invite you to join us for
The Daniel & Susan Pfau Foundation Distinguished Speaker Program
Friday, March 24th, 2017
8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
(Doors Open at 7:45)
Register Now! To guarantee your place, advanced registration is required.
Registration Deadline: March 17th
- Gain a better understanding of the neurobiology of stress and its protective role.
- Explore Dr. Schultz' DE-STRESS Model of Intervention.
- Receive practical strategies and a personalized plan of action designed to reduce stress in students and enhance learning.
Morning Session: 8:30 - 11:30
Lunch: 11:30 - 12:30
Afternoon Session: 12:30 - 3:30
Early registration - $160
After March 3, 2017 - $180
Group rate for 3 or more: $155 per person
If paying with a purchase order or if registering 3 or more individuals, please contact Jill Wieging, firstname.lastname@example.org or 513-871-6080, ext. 402, or click here to print a registration form.
Registration Deadline: March 17, 2017
Regisration is transferable with proper identification to Springer School and Center. No refunds will be honored.
Jerome Schultz, Ph.D., is a clinical neuropsychologist on the faculty of Harvard Medical School, and Chair of the Professional Advisory Board of the Learning Disabilities Association (LDA) of America. He has specialized in the neuropsychological assessment and treatment of children with learning disabilities, ADHD, and other special needs for over three decades, and is a sought-after speaker at national and international conferences. Dr. Schultz has written extensively about children with learning disabilities, including his book, Nowhere to Hide: Why Kids with ADHD and LD Hate School and What We can Do About It, which examines the role of stress in learning. In addition, Dr. Schultz was the recipient of the 2016 LDA Award, an honor bestowed on individuals who have made an outstanding contributions to the field of learning disabilities.