Littman Krooks LLP
November 2015

The United States Department of Education has taken a positive step toward recognition of dyslexia, dyscalculia and dysgraphia.  Many parents of students with dyslexia or with specific learning disabilities in math and writing know the difficulty of obtaining individualized services for their children- particularly if the children have average or above-average cognitive abilities.  Some districts have even refused to acknowledge dyslexia, dysgraphia or dyscalculia as requiring very specific interventions...Click here to read more.
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School Anxiety:
A Psychological, Educational and Legal Perspective

School anxiety has become prevalent  among children of all ages and can be a difficult problem for parents and school districts. Littman Krooks LLP and Fusion Academy Westchester are hosting a seminar that will emphasize the importance of early identification and intervention.

A multidisciplinary panel will discuss: early warning signs of school anxiety; understanding school avoidance; what steps parents and schools can take; what educational interventions work; what parents can do to protect their children's legal rights to a free and appropriate public education.

Marion M. Walsh, Littman Krooks Special Education Attorney will present. 
Wednesday, November 18, 2015
Fusion Academy Westchester, 701 Westchester Ave, Suite 200E
White Plains, NY 10604

For more information about this valuable workshop, please download the event flyer.
Please RSVP to [email protected] or 914-285-9036

655 Third Avenue � New York, NY 10017 � 212-490-2020

399 Knollwood Road � White Plains, NY 10603 � 914-684-2100  


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