Culture Connect Featured Event

CACLD March Lecture Series for Parents
Ticket Price: FREE, registration required

The Connecticut Association for Children and Adults with Learning Disabilities (CACLD) is hosting a series of free lectures for parents called "Let’s Talk: My Child Has a Learning Disability. What Should I Do?"  Discover all the opportunities your child has as Rena Schine, Ph. D., School Psychologist/Advocate, shares her knowledge about what the law and school system have to offer your child to help maximize their potential.  The first lecture, "Know the Law: What Do the Federal and State Laws Mandate?" will be held on Tuesday, March 16.  A second lecture, "Know the School: How can I Be Sure the School is Meeting My Child’s Needs?" will be held Tuesday, March 23.  Dr. Schine will explain the referral process, planning and placement team meetings (PPTs), why there can be so much conflict and confusion, and how to measure your child’s progress.  These lectures will help parents better understand their children’s options.  Both lectures run from 10:30 A.M. – 12:00 Noon and are free, but registration is required. 



Venue Information
Connecticut Association for Children and Adults with Learning Disabilities (CACLD)
25 Van Zant Street
East Norwalk
, CT
06855
1 203-838-5010