AIM Academy in Conshohocken PA is hosting a screening of the film, NORMAL ISN’T REAL: Succeeding with Learning Disabilities & ADHD. The film features the stories of four young adults with LD/ADHD issues sharing their journeys to success in work and school, and the strategies they use to manage their challenges.
Date: Thursday, October 10 Time: 6:00 – 8:30 pm Location: AIM Community Center, 1200 River Road, Conshohocken, PA 19483
The film is being shown around the country to strong reviews and is full of hope, inspiration and real life examples of how people with LD and ADHD have become experts on themselves and what they need to succeed. A discussion, featuring filmmaker Krys Kornmeier, where the experiences, strategies and lessons learned by those in the film, as well as the audience, will take place following the film.
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Have you heard of The Reading League? This is a fairly new group of educators who are putting out great information in support of the science of reading. This is the video many of us discovered when we first heard of them … they explain their “ah ha” moments about dyslexia and how children read. … See MoreSee Less