Long Branch — Do you struggle with learning disabilities? Do you have a child who has been diagnosed with learning disabilities? By popular demand, Fern Goldstein, of the Learning Disabilities Association of New Jersey, is bringing a second program on learning disabilities to the Long Branch Free Public Library.
Goldstein’s program, “Learning Disabilities and Student Survival Skills,” will be offered in the Community Room at the Main Library, 328 Broadway, from 2 to 4 p.m. on July 9. The presentation will focus on classroom accommodations and modifications that parents can request at an IEP meeting. Study skills techniques will be introduced as well.
Following Ms. Goldstein’s talk, Senior Librarian Janet Birckhead will highlight resources that may be of help. This program will provide adults with learning disabilities and parents of children with learning disabilities with resources to help with their struggles. We welcome out-of-town visitors to our library and programs.
This program is for adults. If you are bringing your children, please call to find out what programs and activities will be available for them while you are enjoying Goldstein’s talk.
For more information or to register for this program, please call Janet Birckhead at 732-222-3900, ext. 2290.