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PSV: Advocating for Children with Learning Differences

1 in 5 children in the U.S. have learning & attention issues such as dyslexia & ADHD, but as many as 48% of parents believe incorrectly that kids will outgrow these difficulties. Lack of representation in the field, stigma & more cause a pervasive lack of trust. Scroll down for more information.

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PSV: Advocating for Children with Learning Differences
PSV: Advocating for Children with Learning Differences

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May 01, 2024, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM PDT

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About The Event

Join us to discuss learning differences and more with Jenny Drennan, Certified Educational Therapist and Founder, WeThrive Learning and Ashley Harding, Educational Therapist and Founder, North Star Academics.

About Jenny: Jenny Drennan is a Certified Educational Therapist, Founder of WeThrive Learning, and featured speaker. Her private practice specializes in supporting students with ADHD, and math and language processing challenges. Drawing on best practices and the latest research, WeThrive Learning provides 1-1 tailored support for students and parents globally while considering their complex learning profiles. She is certified by ImpactParents as a Sanity School® behavior therapy program trainer. Her passion, work, and insights have earned her recognition as one of the top 10 most influential educators by MSN. Additionally, her contributions and presentations have been featured at the Association of Educational Therapists, CHADD Groups, ImpactParents, LD Advisory, the International Dyslexia Society, and numerous podcasts, workshops, and parent groups. She's passionate about supporting the BIPOC community and advocating for inclusive and equitable education. 

About Ashley: Ashley Harding, founder of North Star Academics, is an educational therapist with a B.S. from the University of Southern California and a master’s in child development from Tufts University. Focusing on educational equity, her practice provides specialized evidence-based practices to support students with diverse learning and social-emotional needs, particularly students of color in private and independent schools.  Ashley is nationally recognized for her contributions to addressing educational and community inequities for students and families of color, notably through her published work with Dr. James Jennings (Tufts University and Harvard University). Her innovative approaches in educational therapy have garnered attention, leading to features in national publications, including the Wall Street Journal, and numerous podcasts, workshops, and board positions. Ashley's commitment to transformative educational practices and advocacy continues to significantly impact the learning landscape for diverse communities.

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