Caller: Hi, I am a therapist and I have been thinking several of my clients who have disabilities could benefit from some self-advocacy opportunities and more connections with their peers. They vary in ages from teens to adults as well as diagnoses, so it’s difficult to determine various options for them. Do you have any… Read more Call Pathfinder: Building Self-Advocacy & Social Skills Through Virtual Activities
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These are just a few resources related to reading and disabilities that we wanted to highlight: Vanderbilt Kennedy CenterReading Clinic: A clinic providing one-on-one instruction for struggling readers. We offer instructional reading services for K-8 students of all abilities, who need additional supports, strategies, and targeted reading practices. The Junior League Family Resource Center offers a… Read more Reading Resources
We are pleased to welcome Martha Lopez to the Pathfinder team as a Bilingual Information & Referral Coordinator. She is fluent in Spanish and English and has been a strong advocate for the Multicultural community, especially Hispanic. Her 16 years of experience have been focused on creating awareness and education to promote diversity with positive outcomes for… Read more Welcome to Pathfinder’s Newest Team Member!