Steamboat Reading hosts 1st parent resource group |

Steamboat Reading hosts 1st parent resource group

Steamboat Reading is hosting its first Learning Differences Parent Resource Group meeting at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 25. The group was created in response to local parents’ concerns regarding how to best advocate for and support their children’s unique learning needs.

The topic for the group’s first meeting will be dyslexia. A local educator will share her experiences as the parent of a dyslexic child and will discuss relevant facts, myths and appropriate supports.

Participation in the group is free and open to anyone in the community. Interested parents should contact Kim Schulz at 970-367-7670 or

Steamboat Reading, a nonprofit, provides multi-sensory, explicit, systematic, Orton-Gillingham based instruction in reading, writing and math, as well as complementary services to support struggling readers, including assessment, advocacy, workshops for students and parent classes.

More information is available at

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