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Video Replay: “How Executive Functioning Deficits Impact Reading, Writing and Oral Language”

 

This virtual community workshop was recorded December 3, 2020 and presented by Groves Academy Speech-Language Pathologists Jeannie Parker, MS, CCC-SLP, ADHD-CE, and Meghan Miller, MS, CCC-SLP, ADHD-CE

Executive functioning skills are essential for many academic tasks. Not only are they key for focus, memory, work completion, organization, planning, time management, etc, but they impact important academic skills as well. Join us to learn how a student’s executive functioning deficits may be impacting their reading comprehension and ability to express themselves both verbally and in writing.

Meghan Miller | Director of Learning Center Individualized Programs
Meghan started her career as a Speech-Language Pathologist in 2014. She is licensed through the Minnesota Department of Health, certified through the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA), and a Certified Educator for ADHD. Meghan began working with students with Autism Spectrum Disorders and, through that work, found an interest in literacy instruction. As the Learning Center Director of Individualized Programs, Meghan leads the Tutoring, Summer, and Speech-Language Programs. She has experience evaluating and providing one-on-one and small group support for students, teaching classes, providing professional development, and developing curriculum focused on executive functioning and writing. Her passion lies with helping students reach their full potential by supporting reading, writing, and executive functioning skills.
Jeannie Parker | Speech-Language Pathologist, ADHD Certified Educator - M.S., CCC-SLP, ADHD-CE
Jeannie has been working as a Speech-Language Pathologist since 2016. She is licensed through the Minnesota Department of Education, certified through the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA), and certified a Certified Educator for ADHD. Jeannie's professional career began in the public schools where she worked with middle school students. In 2018, Jeannie joined the Groves team to focus on helping children with learning disabilities and ADHD build confidence and improve their speech and language skills. Her day-to-day at Groves includes completing speech/language assessments, planning intervention, collaborating with teachers, conducting one-on-one/small group therapy, and teaching summer school courses. In addition to her speech and language work, Jeannie also serves students with executive functioning needs. Outside of work you may find Jeannie at the dog park with her dog Nova or playing the piano.
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