During our Science to Practice (S2P) virtual conference, participants will hear from leading researchers and scholars in the fields of learning disabilities, special education, school psychology, neuropsychology, and speech-language pathology. Topics include learning disabilities in reading, math, and oral and written language, nonverbal learning disability, learning disabilities in gifted and talented individuals, tele-assessment of learning disabilities, differential diagnosis and differentiated instruction, assessment for intervention, neurodevelopmental and neuropsychological approaches to learning disability assessment and intervention, and much more.
Transition Fair is to improve access to college, employment, and community opportunities after high school for students with disabilities. This free event is open to students, families and educators, and is sponsored by State Support Team 10 and the Montgomery County Board of Developmental Disabilities Services. Attendees can speak to representatives of colleges, learn about employment opportunities, connect with service providers, attend panel discussions, and ask questions.