9:00, Tuesday, January 6, 2015
Some children have great difficulty learning in school. They are sometimes labeled as lazy or written off as dumb when, in reality, they are suffering from the most common form of learning disability – dyslexia. It can go undiagnosed into adulthood and is a lifelong condition for which there is no cure. We meet several local experts working to better understand and help those with dyslexia.
Dr. Craig Pohlman, Ph.D. CEO, Southeast Psych
Elaine Triantis--Head of Lower School, The John Crosland School
Woody Jones—Dyslexic and parent of a dyslexic child