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Our dyslexia simulations cost $10 per person. The fee is nonrefundable and cannot be applied to future events. If you are unable to attend, your registration fee will be considered a general donation to Neuhaus Education Center. All other events are free of charge.

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College Share and Panel are appropriate for high school aged students (14-18). Neuhaus Education Center cannot accommodate children. Participants who bring children will be asked to leave.
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Friday January 31
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
What help is available to students who struggle with reading in the public schools? What are the similarities and differences between the federal and state laws aimed at providing a Free and Appropriate Public Education (FAPE) for all children? Ms. Swanson will summarize the laws answer some of your questions.
Presentation by Jennifer Swanson, Esq.
Prior to earning her law degree, Jennifer was a special ed teacher in Texas working with children with various types of abilities. Her motto: "My teacher thought I was smart, so I was!" She brings her knowledge of Special Education and the ARD/IEP process to her practice. She provides advocacy and legal services for children and families in Special Education matters throughout Texas seeking client-centered solutions.
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Fridays @ Neuhaus - Dyslexia and the Law: