Dr. Gindis Presents:
and Addressing the Unique Learning and Social Needs of Internationally
Adopted Children in School
This session focuses on the unique
learning and social needs of internationally adopted children
The participants will learn about
the common causes of school difficulties in international adoptees,
the necessity of early assessment and identification of their
educational needs, the strategies for obtaining proper placement,
remedial services, and accommodations, the basics of monitoring
of academic progress and social/emotional functioning of adopted
children in school.
The session will address issues
not only facing school-age internationally adopted children, but
also pre-school aged kids.
In addition, Dr. Gindis will also
be conducting short individual consultations throughout the Conference
for interested attendees with specific questions.