Parenting, Intervention & Transition Workshops
for Families, Caregivers and Professionals
As of 09.16.19 our workshops have served over 2,869 unique families, educators & caregivers
in the world of learning differences.
Continuing Education Credit
2 hours of Continuing Education Credits available for LPCs, LMFTs, Social Workers, CPE for Educators and Psychologists, thanks to our collaboration with ADDA-SR.org $20/learner for processing costs, payable to ADDA-SR. Please contact: ADDAoffice@pdq.net
We have shared the wisdom of co-teachers Rosemary Slade, Alma Liotta, Robin Rettie, Priscilla Weathers, Cyndy Oller, Nicole Fanguy, Darrel Fanguy, Eric Bush, Jaishree Ellis and Barbara Knighton.
We take advantage of every expert in the room.
"Gayle, we had our final class tonight and reviewed the semester. Your name came up so often and how you helped each student understand, what it felt like as a student with a disability. They wanted to say thank you for making such an important impact and helping them understand special needs children. That card you received just doesn't seem enough in wanting to say THANK YOU. Know that you have made a positive impact on so many future teachers in such a positive way. Just wanted you to know. From my heart to you too; thank you so so much." (Marlene Morgan, UHCL, AAAE 2014 TX Adjunct of the Year Runner Up)
We have collaborated with Breaking Barriers, LSCS Expanding Horizons Institute on Learning Differences, SSP/PEOPLE Center, UHCL, CISD, ECI / Easter Seals, AAAE, PATH Partners Resource Network, DSAH, Baylor College of Medicine, ECMC, T.E.A.M. Abilities, Tri County Services, ADDA-SR, EduCon, Head Start, Leadership Houston, Texas A&M Corpus Christi, PTAC, Presbyterian WMC, LinkUp Houston, The Rotary eClub, CCMC, World Autism Organization, Center for SBHI, KPMG & AIM, Council of Agencies Servicing Youth (CASY), Waller ISD, Texas A&M Texas Transition Conference, MCABW, The Kiwanis Club and The Monarch School.
“…enjoyed your introduction to social media today. You covered a big topic and did an awesome job given the audience you had in the room.” (Brian)
“I just wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed your class today!” (Susan)
“….thank you for your seminar presentation this morning. It was a little overwhelming, but had so much good information.” (Philip)
“Enjoyed your class so much, made me realize how little I do know. Feel like we could have gone on for hours.” (Nancy)