Taking the mask off dysgraphia
OG Canada invites you to join Cheri Dotterer on Saturday October 29, 2022 at 9:00am (PST) for a two hour workshop that will Take the mask off Dysgraphia.
33% of the population has difficulty writing. Many can read. Dysgraphia, a disability in written expression, encompasses all forms of writing, from those who are learning to adults having trouble at work for ineffective communication skills. A lack of dysgraphia awareness and perceived instruction perspectives prevent many students' successful writing engagement. Taking the mask off dysgraphia aims to introduce educators, therapists, and parents to dysgraphia to strengthen students' social-emotional well-being and encourage them to engage in the classroom to become inspired adults. This introduction to dysgraphia is only the beginning of transforming the lives of children.
Our Speaker: Cheri Dotterer
Cheri is an international speaker, author, and consultant who trains educators, therapists, and parents to transcend perspectives so they can unleash success for struggling writers and strengthen their social-emotional well-being, and rally classroom engagement. Being an occupational therapist for 25 years, she has worked in many concentration areas. However, it wasn’t until starting her private practice that she found her passion. She has been an adjunct instructor at Penn State, Alvernia, and Misericordia Universities and has guest lectured at several other colleges. She lives with her husband of 31 years. They have two adult children. She believes that understanding dysgraphia is essential to student success.
The recorded version of the webinar will be available for 2 weeks after the event.