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Baltimore Walk – Autism Speaks Walk

The Autism Speaks Walk brings together the autism community to celebrate and support one another and fuel the Autism Speaks mission.  This year, to keep our community safe, we’ve reimagined the Walk to become the Autism Speaks Walk on Wheels– an interactive car parade driven by kindness. Whether you have autism, love someone who does, or are looking to support a diverse, accepting, and kind community – you’re invited!  Everyone is encouraged to participate either in person in a car or virtually online. 

DYSLEXIA AND LITERACY: “Executive Functions – Oral Language Connections to Reading and Writing”

Dr. Culotta will be presenting with Dr. Laurie Cutting, Dr. Ben Powers, Dr. Bonnie Singer, and Dr. Anthony Bashir the 2020 MGH Institute of Health Conference Sessions, an exciting event bringing together leading researchers and educators in the fields of Neurobiology and Dyslexia Education on Friday, October, 16th from 8:30 AM.

This fall’s Dyslexia and Literacy […]

Screentime Management and Positive Alternatives Webinar, Thursday, June 11

 

Managing your child(ren)’s screen time can be a challenge during normal circumstances. During our current climate, it can be nearly impossible.

Please join Autism Speaks National Capital Area Board Member, Dr. Vincent P. Culotta Ph.D. ABN and Dr. Annie McLaughlin, BCBA-D on Thursday, June 11 from 12PM-1pm. They’ll address screen time in the time of COVID-19; […]

Virtual Panel Presentation – Now what? Navigating the Uncertainty of COVID-19

Meet the Panelists

Resources
 
ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL
The Sokolov-Miller Financial and Life Skills Center
The Sokolov-Miller Financial and Life Skills Center: Other Resources
Money Counts: A Financial Literacy Series Self-Study Modules
Penn State Office of the Bursar
 
PSYCHOLOGICAL AND SELF-CARE
Campus Community and Diversity Resources
Counseling and Psychological Services
Diversity and Inclusion: Liberal Arts
Find a Community Provider
Health and Wellness During COVID-19
Multicultural Resource Center
Student Affairs Remote […]

A COVID 19 Updates from NeuroBehavioral Associates

We’re here for you.
NeuroBehavioral Associates will remain open as we continue to adapt to changes necessitated by COVID-19.

Our client’s health and safety remain our highest priority and we have implemented the following practices:

We are adhering to the strictest cleaning and disinfecting guidelines set forth in OSHA’s Guidance on Preparing Workplaces for COVID-19.
We are […]

Neuroscience of ADHD and Dyslexia Event

DATE: Tuesday, April 21, 2020
TIME: 7 PM to 9 PM
LOCATION:  Due to the current health crisis, the in-person program has been canceled. This meeting will be held online at the scheduled time and date. Secure sign-in information will be sent by email to all registered participants.
Reserve a seat: linda.s.ellis@outlook.com
About the Program:
This presentation will address current neuroscience findings […]

March 2020 Newsletter

To All Of Our Invaluable Community Partners, Thank you!

On behalf of all of the volunteers of Decoding Dyslexia Maryland, we are so Grateful for all of your Kindness, Generosity, and Support for Dyslexia Advocacy Day 2020!

DYSLEXIA AND LITERACY: “Understanding Anxiety and the Struggling Reader” – UCLA 2020

Dyslexia and Literacy: Understanding Anxiety and the Struggling Reader – UCLA 2020

February 2020 Newsletter