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Life After High School: Fostering Resilient Adolescents

Jun 20

Join Linda Hecker, Lead Educational Specialist, as she explores ways to embrace learning differences and strategies that improve executive function skills, during her visit to Punahou School in Hawaii.

You're invited to attend this informative discussion designed for parents of middle and high school students with dyslexia or other learning differences.  During this session you'll explore with Linda Hecker, Lead Education Specialist and founding faculty of Landmark College the following topics:

  • Develop a sensitivity to the challenges of what it means to learn differently
  • Understanding and embracing the difference
  • Defining and finding success
  • Executive function strategies– organization and time management
  • Understanding and preparing for challenges of “life after high school” – whether in work or college

Ms. Hecker will also share information and answer questions regarding Landmark College, two and four-year college degree options and certificate program, as well as the 2013 Summer Programs. 

When: June 20, 2013 ∙ Thursday ∙ 6:00 – 7:30 p.m.
Where: Punahou School ∙ Alexander Hall Room 202
             1601 Punahou Street ∙ Honolulu, Hawaii
Honolulu Parking:  Free parking on-campus

Space is limited so be sure to register by June 13, 2013.

More info or registration:  mhiga@dyslexia-hawaii.org

Landmark College was the first institution of higher learning to pioneer college-level studies for students with dyslexia. Today Landmark College, offering two and four-year degree options, and summer programs for high school students and students visiting from other colleges, is a global leader in integrated teaching methods for students with learning disabilities, ADHD, and ASD. Students, faculty, and other professionals from all over the world are drawn to Landmark College for its innovative educational model, one designed through research and practice to help all students who learn differently become confident, self-empowered, and independently successful learners.

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