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Parent Tips for Surviving Summer Trips

These three tips can help reduce the anxiety of your kids during summer vacations this year.
https://www.gwaea.org/parents/carpool_lane/2019/06/parent-tips-surviving-summer-trips

Fluency Does Not Equal Fast

Parents can help some students grasp literacy skills like fluency with just a little effort.
https://www.gwaea.org/parents/carpool_lane/2019/05/fluency-does-not-equal-fast

Dyslexia: A Survey and Resources for Parents

Take an important survey about how Iowa is meeting the needs of students with dyslexia, and access resources available for your student
https://www.gwaea.org/parents/carpool_lane/2019/05/dyslexia-survey-and-resources-parents

Advocating for your Gifted Math Student

What can parents do to advocate for services that meet a child’s unique math needs? It starts by knowing what differentiated options might be available to your student.
https://www.gwaea.org/parents/carpool_lane/2019/03/advocating-your-gifted-math-student

Grant Wood AEA Family Fun AAC-tivity Night

Families are invited with their children ages 2-21 to an evening with the GWAEA Augmentative/Alternative Communication (AAC) Resource Team and speech-language pathologists.
https://www.gwaea.org/parents/carpool_lane/2019/03/grant-wood-aea-family-fun-aac-tivity-night