Rhode Island College, Providence, RI, August 10th, 2017. “Strategies to Help Students with Slower Processing Speed Succeed in the Classroom” will feature Brian Willoughby, co-author of “Bright Kids Who Can’t Keep Up.” He will provide K-12 educators and parents with an overview of processing speed, and its relationship to the quick-paced lifestyles, both in and out of the classroom. Learn strategies to help students with slower processing speed succeed in the classroom.
Fees apply, registration is required to https://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/eventReg?oeidk=a07ee7jtkoab326b169&oseq=&c=&ch= or contact Brian Kremer 617-393-3824 ext. 30 firstname.lastname@example.org
Conference hosted by the Aspergers Association of New England (AANE).
About the Speaker: Dr. Brian Willoughby is co-founder and co-director of Achieve New England, and a Clinical Research Associate in the Department of Psychology at the University of Massachusetts Boston. Dr. Willoughby is a licensed child clinical psychologist specializing in neuropsychological, educational, and developmental evaluations. His areas of expertise include learning disabilities, attention and executive functioning concerns, autism spectrum disorders and other neurodevelopmental conditions, as well as anxiety and mood disorders. He has particular expertise evaluating very young children ages birth to 6 years.
Dr. Willoughby is also the co-author of Bright Kids Who Can’t Keep Up, a book for parents of children with slow processing speed