Clinical Consultation and IEPs in Wayne, PA

As a neuropsychologist with expertise in dyslexia, learning, and the brain, Dr. Kelly can offer specialized professional development and consultation services to various stakeholders. Here’s a summary of what consultations can be offered.

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Dyslexia Awareness and Training

Conducting workshops and training sessions for educators and school staff to raise awareness and provide in-depth knowledge about dyslexia. This includes understanding its neurological basis and effective strategies for supporting dyslexic students in the classroom.

Individualized Educational Plans (IEPs)

Collaborating with educators to develop IEPs tailored to the specific needs of students with dyslexia and other learning disorders. These plans should address both academic and emotional aspects, fostering a supportive learning environment.

Neurological Basis of Learning

Offering insights into how the brain processes information and how this knowledge can inform teaching methods. This can help educators design instructional approaches that align with the brain’s natural learning processes.

Neuropsychological Insights

Sharing expertise on the cognitive and neurological aspects of learning difficulties beyond dyslexia, helping educators understand various learning disorders and their unique challenges.


Data-Driven Decision Making

Assisting schools in collecting and analyzing data related to dyslexic students’ progress. Using this data to make informed decisions about interventions and instructional adjustments.

Parent Empowerment

Providing resources and training to parents of children with dyslexia, helping them understand their child’s condition and how to support their learning at home.

Professional Collaboration

Facilitating collaboration between educators, speech therapists, occupational therapists, and other professionals to create a holistic support system for students with dyslexia.

Research and Evidence-Based Practices

Engaging in research related to dyslexia, learning, and the brain to contribute to evidence-based practices in education. Sharing findings and insights with educational communities.

By focusing on dyslexia, learning, and the brain, a neuropsychologist can play a pivotal role in enhancing the educational experience of students with dyslexia and other learning challenges. These specialized services can lead to more inclusive and effective educational environments that cater to the unique needs of each child.