DECODING DYSLEXIA - NJ
Educational Reform for Dyslexia in NJ Schools

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LDANJ CONFERENCE EARLY BIRD DEADLINE EXTENDED TO OCT 13TH!

HEY PARENTS, finally, get the chance to ask experts questions about YOUR situation or things YOU’ve wanted to ask and haven’t been able to! Topics are:

NJ Dyslexia Laws
IDEA: IEP & 504 Laws
Dyslexia Diagnosis / Evaluations / Intervention
NJ Dyslexia Handbook
College Transition
IEP/Back-to-School tips
Student Advocacy.

Parents will rotate among several concurrent topics
during this session.

Register: LDANJ Fall Conference & Resource Expo
10:45am-12:00pm • Session B • Workshop 9
"Parent Roundtables: Ask the Experts"

As a DD-NJ supporter, get full registration for $25!
Select "LDA Member" (even if you are not) then select "Decoding Dyslexia" to answer the question of "how did you hear about the conference" = $25 registration!

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Decoding Dyslexia - NJ

So 4 years later… is your district saying #Dyslexia ? Dysgraphia? Dyscalculia?

Remember IEPs can’t classify a student for special education services under Dyslexia, Dysgraphia or Dyscalculia because those are not one of the 13 classifications, HOWEVER, they CAN use those words to describe how and why a student struggles. They can use those words to drive appropriate goals, objectives, accommodations, modifications and interventions.

Have you been successful in saying Dyslexia in your child’s IEP?Four years ago today, the US DOE tweeted this message and backed it up with a guidance letter for all school systems nationwide. The guidance, in short, says: “The purpose of this letter is to clarify that there is nothing in the IDEA that would prohibit the use of the terms dyslexia, dyscalculia, and dysgraphia in IDEA evaluation, eligibility determinations, or IEP documents.”

So why are families of dyslexic children still fighting this battle? #Saydyslexia

(Full guidance: www2.ed.gov/policy/speced/guid/idea/memosdcltrs/guidance-on-dyslexia-10-2015.pdf) See MoreSee Less

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Decoding Dyslexia-NJ is proud to co-sponsor

LDANJ’s Fall Conference & Resource Expo
Sunday, October 27, 2019

Location: The College of New Jersey (TCNJ)
Education Building
2000 Pennington Road, Ewing, NJ 08628

36 workshops including DDNJ’s Parent Roundtables and a Dyslexia Simulation and information on Universal Design, Executive Function, Dyslexia, Math, Financial Literacy, Written Language, IEPs and 504 Plans, High School Transition, Assistive Technology, and more. Speakers from Everyone Reading, Understood.org, SPAN, South Brunswick Schools, and several authors are among the wonderful presenters.

Register by Oct. 10: Members and Full-time Students $25, Non-Members $50. Includes breakfast and lunch. Certificates for 5 PDUs provided.

Conference Info: www.LdanjFall2019.eventbrite.com
or www.ldanj.org (full brochure)

Questions? info@ldanj.org or 732-645-2738

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It’s October Dyslexia Awareness Month!

To kick-off this month’s awareness campaign, we start with the official NJ Joint Resolution which designates October as Dyslexia Awareness Month in New Jersey! Dyslexia does indeed exists in NJ … pass it on!

This reoccurring resolution was passed in 2017 and we thank NJ Senator Sam Thompson, Asm Ron Dancer, Assemblywoman Valerie Vainieri Huttle, Asm Robert Clifton Asw Angela McKnight, Asm Jamel Holley, Asw Patricia Egen Jones, Asm Nicholas Chiaravalloti, and Senator Shirley K. Turner for their support of our kids! See MoreSee Less

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