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Working Memory
The MDSC in collaboration with the 3-21 Foundation is pleased to present this timely webinar.

What is working memory? How does short-term and working memory affect the way students with Down syndrome learn? Join us to enhance your understanding, and learn home and classroom intervention strategies and activities that can be used right away to build and support memory.

Alex Lauric- Parent Educator

Alex’s interest in special education, inclusion, and strength-based learning strategies for children with intellectual disabilities started with the birth of her son in 2008. She is trained in special education policies and advocacy, and in inclusive practices for children with special needs and has completed the Parent Consultant Training Institute from the Federation for Children with Special Needs and the Family Leadership Series from Massachusetts Families Organizing for Change. Alex received her PhD degree in computer science from Tufts University and is engaged in her other capacity as a research scientist in neurosurgery imaging. She has been involved with the Learning Program Boston, the 3-21 Foundation’s parent-focused educational intervention program, since 2011 and enjoys the opportunity to connect with families as both an educator and parent.

If you register but are unable to join us live, you will receive a recording.

01:31:00

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