Applications for the University of Washington’s 2020 summer program for neurodiverse students are now available. The program will provide students with exposure to the field of neural engineering and provide basic preparation for college studies in STEM subjects as well as future STEM careers. The program is sponsored by the University’s DO-IT Center and Center for Neurotechnology (CNT) and will run online from August 10 – 14 with continued activities throughout the school year. LEARN MORE >
Join keynote speakers Dr. Anita Archer, nationally acclaimed education expert and Emily Hanford, American Public Media Senior Correspondent, and 14 other experts in the fields of literacy, dyslexia and neuroscience. Designed for education professionals as well as parents, Spotlight on Dyslexia will leave you better prepared and more confident as you support students with dyslexia on their path to success. READ MORE >
The Learning Disability Association of Washington has released an online directory to help those affected by learning disabilities find resources within the greater Puget Sound region. The directory lists over 800 resources organized into categories ranging from diagnostic testing, consultants, therapists and support groups to optometrists, ADHD resources, physicians and psychiatrists.