Come to this free workshop that is open to anyone in the local community. Frustrated because your child is struggling in school? A solution could literally be staring you in the eyes. That’s because undiagnosed vision imbalances or a failed connection between the eyes and ears may be the source of your child’s comprehension, attention and behavioral deficits. Learn more about fixes for how the eyes “listen” and ears “see” in this lively discussion by optometrist and scientific researcher, Deborah Zelinsky, O.D.
Monday, May 18, 2015
Walter R. Sundling Junior High School
1100 N. Smith Street, Palatine, IL 60067
7:00 – 8:30 pm
SPARK meetings are designed to give parents information to help them in their current and future steps of the journey of parenting children with unique needs. At SPARK we realize the importance of providing:
- Relevant programs and resources related to special education
- Opportunities to network, receive support and help
- Connections for parents with outside sources
The programs can also be found on the District 15 website: www.ccsd15.net.
If you would like to be contacted by or connected with SPARK, contact Jenni Bennett 224.725.3795.
SPARK is a Northwest Suburban Council of PTA committee serving families of children
with special needs in Community Consolidated School District 15 and beyond.
SPARK is proud to be in partnership with PTA!