Understanding Dyslexia

  • Understanding Dyslexia at Mt. Pisgah
     July 18, 2023
     8:00 am - 1:00 pm
  • Understanding Dyslexia at Mt. Pisgah
     July 19, 2023
     8:00 am - 1:00 pm
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Early Literacy and Focus on Phonics should be taken first as prerequisites to Understanding Dyslexia.

The National Institutes of Health state that dyslexia affects 15% of the population. It is often misdiagnosed. Signs of Dyslexia may include the following: slow in acquiring reading skills, omits, substitutes and guesses at words, oral reading is slow and laborious, does not like to read, disastrous spelling, messy handwriting, and trouble reading math word problems. Specific signs of dyslexia will vary from person to person. If this sounds like someone you know we invite you to please join us as we discuss dyslexia and solutions for your struggling reader.

Prerequisite courses are Early Literacy and Focus on Phonics.

Please remember to bring your CRS notebook.

Instructor: Brenda Fitzgerald, Ed.S.,SLDP

This course is approved for one (1) CEU.

This course will be held on the East Campus, not the lower school:

9820 Nesbit Ferry Rd. (South Campus);Building A  the entrance is the one that faces Nesbit Ferry Rd. under the white awning.


Venue Phone: (678) 336-3400

Venue Website:

9820 Nesbit Ferry Rd, South Campus - Building A, Johns Creek, Georgia, 30022