Family Presentations

Are you interested in learning more about how to support children with learning differences? Family Presentations are for persons (biological relatives, non-biological relatives, extended family, community members) connected to K-8th grade children with learning differences. Our sessions are designed to equip families with research-proven practices to best assist children with learning differences.

What are learning differences?

What strategies can I use to support my child who has a learning difference?

How is a learning difference identified in a child?

What steps can I take to identify if my child has a learning difference?

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  • Thursday, December 9

    6:00pm - 7:30pm

    Supporting Children with Learning Differences

    Facilitated by Erin Whicker and Lisa Stepp

    This session will help attendees identify the most common learning differences facing children, including ADHD, dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, and executive function difficulties. During this session, families will receive proven strategies to support children to be independent, successful, and secure at home. Presenters will discuss practical ways to structure a child’s home environment to support their learning needs. Interactive discussions will include scheduling, establishing homework stations and routines, bedtime, and before-school routines, to name a few.

  • Tuesday,
    January 11

    6:00pm - 7:30pm

    The Effects of the Pandemic on Children with Learning Differences

    Facilitated by Phil Howell and Denise Jett

    The Covid-19 Global Pandemic has affected students, educators, and families alike. Transitioning to remote teaching and learning has had some very devastating results for students with learning differences. Educators and psychologists report that the pandemic has not only significantly affected children’s executive functioning and decision-making but has directly impacted many students' academic progress. This presentation explores the impact of the pandemic on a student's social awareness, self-regulation, and motivation, while also examining the influence on student learning.

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Early Bird Special

Our first four educational sessions scheduled in December and January are complimentary to attendees (available for a limited time). This offer is worth $50 per session. For future In-person and Zoom options, the rate is $50. Scholarships are available. Please contact us for this opportunity.

Sessions are open to the public

Light refreshments provided

In-person and Zoom option available

All sessions will be held at The de Paul School (1925 Duker Ave. Louisville, KY 40205).

For more information, please contact Dr. Tytianna Wells, Founding Executive Director of Kemper Academy for Teaching and Learning at The de Paul School directly at (502) 459-6131 or via email at kemper.academy@depaulschool.org

Kemper Academy for Teaching and Learning is grateful for the generous support from:

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Cralle Foundation

The Gheens Foundation

Fred B. & Opal S. Woosley Foundation

While our first four sessions are complimentary, we kindly accept monetary donations, which help fund professional development opportunities (seminars, conferences, workshops) for our esteemed de Paul faculty to participate and lead.