2.7 Supporting Families on Their Journey with Dyslexia with Dr. Lauren McClenney-Rosenstein
In this episode, we’re joined by a fantastic change agent for families of children with dyslexia, Dr. Lauren McClenney-Rosenstein.
Dr. Lauren is the CEO and founder of Think Dyslexia, LLC. She delivers training and professional development for teachers and administrators at the district level focusing on dyslexia awareness, dyslexia screening, and MTSS (Multiple Tiered Systems of Support).
Dr. Lauren’s passion for educating, advocating, and bringing awareness to dyslexia at the domestic and international levels began in the elementary classrooms of private schools serving students with language-based learning disabilities.
She has been a certified special educator for a decade and earned her Doctor of Education in teaching learning leadership curriculum in 2019 from Northeastern University. She also holds a dual Master’s in Special Education and Elementary Education and a Bachelor’s in Psychology from Syracuse University.
In this episode, we are going to discuss dyslexia advocacy as well as the challenges that parents and caregivers face.
Tune in as we take a closer look at how we can support families on their journey with dyslexia.
Hang around until the end, we’ll answer a listener's question about assessing for dyslexia.
Resources mentioned in this episode:
- Think Dyslexia Parent Community - 10% coupon code: podcast10
- Dyslexia Mom Boss podcast
- Dyslexia Mom Boss Blueprint
- D3 Parent Guide to Success eBook
- Holistic Strategy Session Consultation
- Think Dyslexia Academy - free courses
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Thank you for listening and joining us in this exciting and educational journey into dyslexia as we come together in literacy!