Occupational Therapist, Jordan, attended the course “Dyslexia and Literacy: The Role of the OT” to advance her knowledge by learning how to define and understand the signs and symptoms of dyslexia, as well as the misunderstandings. Additionally, she was provided with specific interventions and learned how to address dyslexia during her OT sessions.
Attending this conference, Jordan learned a variety of effective strategies to implement in her sessions to aide in literacy and retention of the skills learned to further improve handwriting and fine motor skills. Completing this course has provided Jordan with the resources available to assist her patients, while providing parents specific strategies needed to be successful with their children in daily life.
For more information about Dyslexia and Literacy: The Role of the OT, contact us at 888-875-5262 or [email protected].