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Dyscalculia Deep Dive: A Webinar with Dyscalculia Expert Dr. Anneke Schreuder
September 21 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm EDT
Dr. Anneke Schreuder, dyscalculia expert and founder of Dyscalculia Services, will share her expertise in teaching children and adults with dyscalculia, and will discuss the latest learning strategies to assist those with dyscalculia. Learn what dyscalculia is, how parents and teachers can identify it, which calculations those with dyscalculia tend to struggle with the most, and much more.
If you have a question you would like Dr. Schreuder to answer, send your inquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Dyscalculia Webinar,” and we’ll do our best to address it during the presentation!
All registrants will receive a recording of the webinar, which will be available for two weeks after the webinar.
Dr. Anneke Schreuder is a Dutch pediatrician and neonatologist, with a particular interest in the field of developmental epidemiology. It brought her to several hospitals and research centers in the Netherlands, South Africa, and Oxford, UK. After the family moved to Katy, Texas, where she currently resides, her daughter was diagnosed with dyslexia. This brought her deeper into the world of learning disabilities. For several years, she worked as a dyslexia tester/tutor at UT Health Science Center.
Seeing many students struggling in math as well as in reading, she decided to return to her area of expertise and passion, math. Awareness, communication, research, and remediation of Dyscalculia are her mission. In 2010, she started Dyscalculia Services to provide assessments, in-person, and online tutoring for children and adults, and to assist parents in supporting their children’s learning. In her practice, Dr. Schreuder follows and implements the latest research on the subject of learning disabilities and best practices for intervention.
Dr. Schreuder has a longstanding interest in neuro-imaging and neuro-developmental pediatrics and the relationship with early childhood development and education. Her enthusiasm and love for knowledge called her to do research, resulting in her thesis describing the statistics of the medical, behavioral, and early educational follow up of very preterm born babies at the time of the entry of formal education, with a particular emphasis on vision and language development.
Dr. Schreuder is a dedicated and active LDA Texas Board Member. She is responsible as the LDATX Outreach Community Coordinator for answering questions asked by individuals seeking guidance for learning disability resources.
Dr. Schreuder is a frequent speaker on Dyscalculia on podcasts and webinars, a consultant to various local schools, and has developed a series of online courses.