New Hampshire’s Dyslexia Law: A Year Later
Thursday, April 5, 2018
Nashua Community College 505 Amherst St, Nashua, NH
7:00 – 9:00 pm Free and open to the public
NHIDA’S 2018 Conference
Ronald Yoshimoto, M.Ed., M.S.W., Fellow/AOGPE
“It’s All Greek to Me” – Morphology for the Primary Grades!
REGISTRATION IS OPEN
The IDA New Hampshire Branch is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit scientific and educational organization serving Maine, Vermont and New Hampshire. We educate the community about the causes, symptoms, assessment and remediation of dyslexia; disseminate information about available resources; teach multi-sensory structured language instructional approaches to educators and other professionals; and collaborate with organizations working on behalf of people with dyslexia.
IDA New Hampshire’s mission is to serve as a local connection for the general public in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont as a gateway to the international community through the International Dyslexia Association regarding matters pertaining to individuals with dyslexia.
We have a passionate Board of Directors who donate their time, energy, and knowledge to promote public awareness and understanding of dyslexia and related disorders across Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont.
We could not do any of this work without our members and the input from all who support us. Thank you all for your continued work with students, families and schools. We value your input and support.
International Dyslexia Association
New Hampshire Branch
Dyslexia in the Classroom – What every teacher should know
This handbook is intended to support all teachers in their passion to help every child reach his or her fullest potential. Use it to raise awareness, share best practices, and be a resource to your school’s administration and staff.
Inside you’ll learn more about find topics such as:
- Signs and symptoms of dyslexia
- Classroom strategies, tips, and tools
- Components of effective reading instruction
- Screening, evaluation, and diagnosis
We encourage you to share this handbook with as many people as possible. The more educators we can inform, the more children we can help! Click here.
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