Upcoming dyslexia and dyscalculia conferences 2016
Looking to connect with other dyslexia and dyscalculia therapists, educators, psychologists? Or wanting to exchange experiences with other parents of children with learning disabilities? There are a number of conferences coming up in 2016 focused on dyslexia and dyscalculia. For more information have a look at the list below.
The Dyslexia Guild Annual Summer Conference: 29/30 June
Coming up soon in Hertfordshire in the U.K.: the annual summer conference organized by Dyslexia Action. Intended for educators, the conference aims to introduce the most recent research on language development and to provide information on specialist topics such as assistive technology.
Details on the conference are available on the Dyslexia Action website.
Only a few spaces left for this one! This dyscalculia conference takes place in London and brings together special education experts, math teachers, and educational psychologists. Topics include reducing math anxiety and educational resources to help students acquire math skills. Attendance information available on the conference website.
5th All European Dyslexia Conference: 21-24 September
This conference features experts on dyslexia and dyscalculia from around Europe as well as a dose of Italian sunshine. The 5th All European Dyslexia Conference will take place in September in beautiful Modena, Italy. The program includes presentations on both dyslexia and dyscalculia and encompasses research from hospitals and universities across Europe. Check out the conference website for more information.
International Dyslexia Association Annual Conference: 26-29 October
This annual conference has a dual focus, aimed at providing connections and resources to both professionals and families. The program is still being finalized; visit the conference website for registration dates and prices.
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What conferences on dyslexia or dyscalculia have you attended? Please share your experiences in the comments so other readers can benefit!Posted by Rebekkah Laeuchli | 0 comments