L.I.F.E. SOURCE LEARNING
Seminars  

Learning is for Everyone

 

 

As a nationally Certified Brain Injury Specialist and graduate of the LEND program (Leadership in Education of Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities) through Westchester Institute for Human Development and New York Medical College, Dr. Tannenbaum presents didactic workshops for civilian and military individuals, and/or caregivers (family members, friends, et al), in practical methods to address cognitive and emotional skills areas.

SEMINARS FOR CHILDREN, ADOLESCENTS, AND ADULTS INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:

Collaboration & Negotiation in Team Building
Content areas of Science & Social Studies
Creative & Structured Writing
Defining & Designing Differentiated Instruction
Developing Social Skills
Diagnosis ADHD….Now What?
Disability Awareness & Sensitivity for
  Peers & Siblings
Down Syndrome 101 – Teaching Strategies
  for Communication/ELA/Math/Content areas
Empowering Families in the
  Common Core Curriculum
From Language Development to Language Arts
Making Modifications Simple – Toolbox Design
Mathematically Correct
Parents as Team Partners
Problem Solving & Conflict Resolution
Reading Skills & Systems
Response to Intervention – Potentials & Pitfalls
Acquired Brain Damage – Etiology & Interventions
And College… for All
Brain Injury & Executive Function
Capacity vs. Deficit Based Thinking
Concussion Management & Awareness Training
Maximizing Memory
Support Groups – Direction/Design/Delivery
Interpersonal Relationships
Employability Basic Skills
WOTC Incentives

*Additional seminars designed to meet your specific training needs

 

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