• 00:30

    Writing Problems - The ABC's of Dysgraphia Part II

    in Education

    Host Dr. Richard Selznick psychologist, The author of The Shut-Down Learner: Helping Your Academically Discouraged Child and the recently published School Struggles: A Guide To Your Shut-Down Learner’s Success.


    Dysgraphia is a learning disability that affects writing, which requires a complex set of motor and information processing skills. Dysgraphia makes the act of writing difficult. It can lead to problems with spelling, poor handwriting and putting thoughts on paper.


    Tonights guest is Steven Feifer, an internationally renowned speaker and author in the field of learning disabilities. He has authored six books on learning and emotional disorders in children. He is also a diplomate in school neuropsychology, and a faculty instructor in the ABSNP school neuropsychology training program.  Dr. Feifer currently works in private practice at both the Monocacy Neurodevelopmental Center in Frederick, MD, and Counseling and Treatment Associates in Bethesda, MD.   He has authored two tests on diagnosing learning disabilities in children, both of which are slotted to be released in 2015. 


     

  • 02:01

    Suvivor Voice: Morgan #Project1000000Voices Disabled Male Struggles W/Autistic

    in Relationships

    This is a male survivor of abuse (disabled, autistic himself, a stroke survivor, on oxygen) with an austic child (who is also diagnosed with dysgraphia, gastrointestinal issues, and a mood disorder).  The abuse stems from partner abuse of 10 years, abuse from caregivers and teachers.  


    In Arizonia, he struggles with CPS issues as well.


    He wants others to know that:  "This boy deserves not to be abused ever again. Not by his mother, not by teachers or caretakers, no-one!"


    This is a story of dispair and frustration and the hopes/dreams he may have for the future of he and his son.


    For more voices and ways to share your voice, also go to http://facebook.com/DomesticViolenceVoices.  If you are interested in also sharing your story on my radio show, please submit your request to http://goo.gl/forms/rqo8jg28j1.


     


     


     

  • 00:01

    "Understanding the Role of the Educational Consultant"

    in Education

    This week on "School Struggles" host by Dr. Richard Selznick is guest Dr. Jackie Hoffman. 


    Over the past 25 years, Dr. Hoffman has worked in over 30 school districts in seven counties in New Jersey and several in Pennsylvania. She has helped over 1000 families develop successful educational interventions and advocate for school based change. With her colleagues at Concentrics, Dr. Hoffman developed the script and text for the nationally acclaimed video and curriculum In Real Life:  Sexual Harassment in Schools.  Her writings on the topic of respect in classroom settings have been published in professional journals.  In her capacity as an educator and trainer, Dr. Hoffman has been on staff at Temple University and provided in-service programs for public and private schools.  Given her expertise in parenting. Dr. Hoffman has been called on by corporations and community agencies to provide workshops and educational programs.  

  • 00:40

    "Learning Ally: Alternatives for Dyslexia & LD" on School Struggles

    in Parents

    Hosted by Dr. Richard Selznick a psychologist, nationally certified school psychologist, adjunct graduate school professor, assistant professor of pediatrics and school consultant. The author of two books, The Shut-Down Learner: Helping Your Academically Discouraged Child and the recently published School Struggles: A Guide To Your Shut-Down Learner’s Success, he has presented to parents and educators internationally, as far as Dubai and Abu Dhabi and throughout the United States . A down-to-earth presenter who looks to discuss difficult topics in non-jargon terms, Dr. Selznick tries to present complex issues in down-to earth terms.


    Guest: Deborah Lynam is the Director of Parent Community Engagement at Learning Ally. She previously worked as a Family Resource Specialist for NJ’s Parent Training & Information Center, SPAN, and is the parent of 3 children, 2 of whom are dyslexic. She is a founding member of Decoding Dyslexia - NJ and is currently a volunteer tutor for The Reading Assist Institute where she has tutored students for the past 7 years.  From these many different perspectives, Deborah understands the issues facing families raising children with learning differences and has a passion to connect and support them in finding the resources and information they need.

  • 00:30

    Relationship Communication with Brian R King on Empowerment

    in Relationships

    Do you have difficulty talking to different levels of your organization?
    Do you feel that you are constantly repeating yourself and never being heard?
    What are ways you can improve your relationships through better communication skills?
    Learn from Brian R. King a 24 year cancer survivor, adult with Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, A.D.D., the father of three sons on the autism spectrum as well as someone who lives on the autism spectrum himself.  Brian is also the author of the new book, Perfect Moments in Relationships – Lessons in Connection for Work, Family, Love and Life
    Just Melissa Heisler and guest Brian R. King at 6pm CST on August 20th. 

  • 01:12

    Positively Autistic:The Poetic Vision with Erik and Kelly

    in Lifestyle

    Today I'd like you to welcome my new host Kelly Green, we're back and we have many new episodes of fun ahead, Today we interview Brian R. King who's a respected social worker, autistic parent, and author.
    bio-As a 24 year cancer survivor, adult with Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, A.D.D., the father of three sons on the autism spectrum as well as someone who lives on the autism spectrum myself, I've learned something very critical. That success in life has nothing to do with circumstances but everything to do with strategies.
    I've learned that Fear and Excitement are the same feeling, the difference being whether you decide the feeling means that "I can't" or that "I'm ready!"
    I've become a master of turning Problems into Possibilities and Obstacles into Opportunities and I've learned to teach my clients to do the same thing using what I refer to as "The Effective Factor."A laser focused ability to make small shifts that create massive results in every area of your life.
    &nbs

  • 00:30

    Helping Your Child Succeed in School

    in Family

    On The Inclusive Class Podcast this week, we will be talking to Dr. Linda Silbert at 9 AM EST.  Dr. Silbert is eager to share ways in which parents can support their child's learning, particularly over the summer months, to ensure school success. 
     
    Dr. Linda Silbert is a world-renowned educator, administrator, school counselor, speaker, and award-winning author. She has devoted her life to working with parents and their children to help make schooling more pleasant and successful. Dr. Silbert has worked to help children with learning disabilities, dyslexia, dysgraphia and dyscalulia overcome the struggle of school.
     
    For more information, go to www.theinclusiveclass.com.
     

  • 01:30

    Positively Autistic:The Poetic Vision with Erik and Sandy

    in Lifestyle

    Sandy and I are priveledged enough to share thoughts with Brian King again.
    Brian king is a highly acclaimed author and communications expert. I urge you to listen back to Nov 24th interview that we had with him some time. Brian King is a fountain of knowledge
    and for those seeking success and better friendships/business relations look no further.
    We will also be talking about what the new year and what we hope it will bring
    biography
    As a 24 year cancer survivor, adult with Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, A.D.D., the father of three sons on the autism spectrum as well as someone who lives on the autism spectrum myself, I’ve learned something very critical. That success in life has nothing to do with circumstances but everything to do with strategies.
    I’ve learned that Fear and Excitement are the same feeling, the difference being whether you decide the feeling means that "I can’t" or that "I’m ready!"
    I’ve become a master of turning Problems into Possibilities and Obstacles into Opportunities and I’ve learned to teach my clients to do the same thing using what I refer to as "The Effective Factor." A laser focused ability to make small shifts that create massive results in every area of your life.
     
     
    www.brianraymondking.com

  • 01:33

    Positively Autistic: The Poetic Vision with Erik and Sandy

    in Lifestyle

    I am thrilled to welcome back my co-host Sandra Lang
     
    Today I interview, Brian R King.  Brian R King is the author of several books on autism and a cancer survivor who has multiple" different abilities"
     
    He will share his unique perspective on todays show
    As a 24 year cancer survivor, adult with Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, A.D.D., the father of three sons on the autism spectrum as well as someone who lives on the autism spectrum myself, I’ve learned something very critical. That success in life has nothing to do with circumstances but everything to do with strategies.
    I’ve learned that Fear and Excitement are the same feeling, the difference being whether you decide the feeling means that "I can’t" or that "I’m ready!"
    I’ve become a master of turning Problems into Possibilities and Obstacles into Opportunities and I’ve learned to teach my clients to do the same thing using what I refer to as "The Effective Factor." A laser focused ability to make small shifts that create massive results in every area of your life.
     
     
     
     

  • 00:15

    Learning Disabilities - Helping Your Child Succeed

    in Education

    Liz Weaver interviews Lisa Harp from Learning Link Technologies on helping a child with Learning Disabilities.

    They discuss the IEP, navigating the school system and the benefits of educational therapy.



    Lisa is a highly successful educational therapist who has helped hundreds of children succeed in academics when they were previously below grade level. Her specialties include helping children with:



    Dyslexia

    Dysgraphia

    Dyscalculia

    Attention Deficit Disorder

    Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

    Autism Spectrum Disorder



    Here online brain Training courses provide an easy, at home solution for helping children overcome learning disabilities.



    Lisa's program was developed over the past twenty years and includes the following:



    * Weekly brain retraining that rebuilds neural passages in the brain

    * Daily and weekly sensory building activities

    * Easy to understand instructions

    * Workbooks for independent activities

    * One hour weekly sessions

    * 20 minute daily sessions

    * Weekly lesson plans that are laid out for anyone to understand and use

    * The tried and true formula for success that helps students achieve grade level success



    Learning Link Technologies was founded by Lisa Harp, an educator, certified teacher, learning disability specialist, and educational therapist for over twenty years.

    After observing how difficult school can be for students with learning problems, Lisa began independently researching learning disabilities and how to effectively treat them. She also received training in vision therapy and brain integration therapy.

  • 01:00

    Reluctant and Gifted Writers

    in Parents

    Miriam Darnell helps gifted and reluctant writers enjoy writing with her fun summer and internet writing camps. Miriam Darnell has been an educator for 23 years, specializing in divergent learners, including children with dyslexia, dysgraphia, Autism, behavior disorders, and those who are highly gifted or twice-exceptional. Learn about ways to help your reluctant writer enjoy the process, as well as many other topics on which Miriam is knowledgeable!

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