Join us for C.H.A.T. Resources (Communication, Health, Awareness and Treatment for Families). This series of programs is designed for parents, professionals and the community.
Language skills are precursors to the development of reading in children. These and other related questions will be discussed when we take a careful look at the language and reading connection through the eyes of a speech-language pathologist.
- What are some red flags that might signal a disruption in this process?
- What is dyslexia and how is it related to language?
- How are spelling and reading related?
- What can parents do to facilitate the development of reading in their children?
Cost: Free with registration.
About the Speaker
Lillian Rosenberg, M. A. CCC-SLP,
is a speech-language pathologist and director of the Miami Speech and Language Center, Inc. She received her master’s degree from the University of Miami in 1978. Ms. Rosenberg has worked at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital for more than 20 years. Ms. Rosenberg was awarded the Florida Association of Speech- Language Pathologists and Audiologists Clinician of the Year in 2003. She opened the Miami Speech and Language Center in 2000. The center is dedicated to working with children and adolescents with language-based reading and writing disorders and individuals with language processing disorders.
For more information please e-mail Wendy.Johnson@nicklaushealth.org or call 305-662-8282.