Our Robinowitz Center team of certified specialists provides expert training and instruction in literacy, math, and study skills for those with learning disabilities.

Upcoming Webinars

Webinars for Adults with Dyslexia:


Undiagnosed and Underemployed - Dyslexia in Adults Part I

Participants will explore the constellation of characteristics evident in adults who struggle with undiagnosed Dyslexia. Topics discussed will include current research findings on illiteracy in the US, prevalence of Dyslexia among adults, evaluation process (not all tests are created equal), intervention and resources for assistance.

Undiagnosed and Underemployed - Dyslexia in Adults Part II

This webinar is a follow-up to Part I presented in October. Examples of evaluations conducted with adult dyslexics will be examined and discussed. Following the evaluation discussion, Dee and Susan will go through an example lesson plan appropriate to the adults that were evaluated and found to have Dyslexia.

Webinars for Parents of Children with Dyslexia:

$25 per person

The Hidden Cost of Dyscalculia - Why a Diagnosis Matters

Did you know that 5-7% of the population presents with the math disorder otherwise known as Dyscalculia? Did you know that parents’ attitudes about math directly influence their child’s performance in math?

Join experts from the Robinowitz Education Center to learn more about Dyscalculia and its consequences when not identified and addressed. Recommendations and resources will be discussed and modeled.

$25 per person

United "States" of Dyslexia – an exploration of Dyslexia Handbooks

Participants will explore the Dyslexia handbooks and guides issued by over 20 states. Participants will learn how their state’s legislation can point parents to available resources and services. Topics discussed will include early intervention, structured literacy instruction, multiple tiers of intervention and teacher competencies as outlined in the states’ Dyslexia handbooks/guides. Presented by Dee Rosenberg who served on the New Jersey committee that developed the state’s Dyslexia Handbook published in 2017.

$25 per person

Parents in a Pandemic – Managing Stress and Using Mindfulness

Managing Stress and Anxiety: Parents in a Pandemic

Presented by: Rick Smith, Newgrange School Counselor

Mr. Smith will explore how stress and anxiety may look different for students during the pandemic and discuss how to help your child deal with these feelings. Effective strategies as well as helpful resources, for young children and teens, will be presented.

Using Mindfulness During the Pandemic

Presented by: Marcia Allen, M.A., CCC-SLP

Anxiety often presents with physical reactions in the body.  Participants will delve into anxiety as an emotion and physical feeling, by exploring different strategies including mindfulness, yoga, and guided visualization that you can use during the pandemic.

$25 per person

Setting Up for Success: Remote Learning Style
Fresh Start

Setting up for Success: Remote Learning Style

Presented by: Genna Garcia, MS, OTR/L, Laurel School and Newgrange School Occupational Therapist

Participants in this presentation will learn strategies and practical tips to help set their home up for effective remote learning. Topics will include executive functioning strategies, organizing the environment, visual resources, helpful supplies to have on hand, and resources for ergonomics and sensory processing.

Fresh Start

Presented by: Nancy Hammill, MS, Ed. Laurel School Teacher

This speaker will discuss establishing clear expectations for the school year by creating self-case plans for your child’s basic needs that are embedded in their daily routines. Also discussed will be tackling procrastination with both school and home obligations.