SAIL Institute
February 29, 2012, 9:50 pm
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Presenter: Pam Milazzo | SAIL Institute

CHILD OF GOD: 5 Steps to Educational Success For Students
with ADHD or Asperger’s

Recorded live on April 19th, 2012

Are you at your wits’ end because you don’t know how to educate your ADHD or Asperger’s child, what your child needs or where to turn for help? Is your quest for solutions beginning to take its toll on your health, your relationships, or your commitments outside your home? Educating our students can be overwhelming! But, the good news is that it doesn’t have to be that way. In this presentation Pam Milazzo introduces you to the five steps that will take your child from underachiever to star performer, on the path to realizing God’s plan for their lives!


You may either watch the video or download the audio by making your choice below.

http://homeschoolshow.com/v/SAIL.flv

Download Audio (.mp3) file: CHILD OF GOD: 5 Steps to Educational Success For Students with ADHD or Asperger’s (large file – approximately 89 MB). To save file, right click and select “Save Link As” and choose where on your computer you would like to save the file.

About the Presenter

Pam Milazzo (JD, BS in Education, ACG, and Founder of SAIL Institute) teaches content-rich classes on parenting and educating students with challenges of ADHD and Asperger’s. She’s been a featured speaker at the CHADD National Conference and the ADDA National Conference, and she does presentations and in-service training workshops nationally for parent advocacy and special-needs support groups, churches, educators and professionals working with special-needs students. Ms. Milazzo previously served as Chairman of the National ADHD Awareness Campaign for ADDA and Chapter Coordinator of the Union County New Jersey Chapter of CHADD. She has three children – one who is diagnosed with High Functioning Autism and one with ADHD.

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