Visual Perceptual Disorders and How They Impact Dyslexia and Other Reading Challenges

When

Saturday, May 11, 2019 from 8:45 AM to 1:00 PM EDT
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Where

Children’s Dyslexia Center of Nashua 
200 Main St
4th floor
Nashua, NH 03060
 

 
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Contact

Lecture Coordinator 
Childrens Dyslexia Center of Nashua 
 
cdcnashua.event@gmail.com 
 

Professional Development Day to Benefit the Children’s Dyslexia Center of Nashua 

Dr. Elaine Holden and Sara Clauss, M. Ed. present: the basic anatomy of the eye, visual acuity versus visual perceptual differences and remediation techniques that can be incorporated into multisensory reading lessons.

 

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 Dr. Elaine Holden is the co-founder and Director of The Reading Foundation, Amherst, NH, has been a reading specialist/consultant in the New England area for 45 years. Currently, she provides educational evaluations in the area of reading and related language disorders and directs the tutorials for The Reading Foundation, is a Fellow of the Academy of Orton-Gillingham Practitioners and Educators, a certified Dyslexia Therapist (IDA), and sits on the governing board for the Association of Specialists in the Assessment of Intellectual Functioning (IMSLEC hours given).



Sarah J. Clauss, M. Ed. is the associate director and a tutor at The Reading Foundation.  She began teaching ED 520 in the Master of Education program at Rivier University in Fall of 2016 and added ED 526 Literacy, Literature, and Writing in Spring 2017.  She has also taught the following courses at Rivier: Emergent Literacy Pre-K- Grade 3 ,  Process of Writing, School Wide Reading Programs, and Children's Literature.Sarah has the following  NH certifications: K-8 General Ed., General Special Ed, Specific Learning Disabilities, and IDA Certified Literacy Teacher.