Successfully Parenting Differently-Wired Kids with Elizabeth Sorby
How can parents support kids who are wired differently succeed at school and life in general? What does success mean for them? If you suspect your family includes people who might be ADHD, dyslexic, autistic, or struggle with executive function, experienced learning specialist Elizabeth Sorby will present some best practices in order to support and advocate these differently wired kids as they navigate school, relationships, and life.
Elizabeth Sorby is the Educational Specialist at Wallingford Learning Services, which she founded after working as the Director of Customized Learning at the Meridian School. As an educational specialist, Elizabeth focuses on intervention work with children with learning differences. Her intervention work includes coaches students in social skills training and executive functioning, as well as supporting parents and advocating for students’ needs at their schools. She has a background in school psychology, school counseling, school administration and teacher coaching; in addition to academic and social/emotional intervention with children Kindergarten through grade 12.