This will be an interactive hands-on learning experience for those students who learn outside the conventional box. The conference is intended
for parents and students ages 9 - 15. Child attendees must be accompanied by at least one of their parents. The conference will help build skills
related to a variety of learning disabilities, including language-based learning disabilities, dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, ADD, nonverbal
learning disabilities, mild autism (Asperger Syndrome), and other related disabilities. If your child struggles with reading and math, come and
learn skills and ideas to help.
Our presenter will be Michele Siegman, Director of Creative Learning Solutions. As New England's first fully-trained and certified Davis® facilitator,
Michele has helped children, teenagers, college students, and adults gain proficiency in areas in which they were once thought to be deficient, while
reinforcing their innate gifts and talents. Before becoming a Davis facilitator, Michele had 12 years of experience teaching in grades K-12, as well
as teaching adults in private schools and community programs throughout New England. She continually gives presentations at schools, communities, and
organizations in order to increase awareness of the positive aspects of dyslexia and ADD. For more information regarding Michele, please refer to her
Each family will receive a supply pack with 2 Koosh Balls, a pound of plastina clay, and drawing paper.
Lunch: A boxed lunch is available for $13.00 but there are several other lunch options within minutes of the hotel. Food cannot be brought into the hotel.
Lodging: There will be rooms available for those traveling a distance and wanting to stay overnight.
Reminder: Child attendees must be accompanied by at least one of their parents! There will be NO childcare provided.