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Comedian and disability advocate Nina G, “the west coast’s only female stand up comedian who stutters and has learning disabilities,” was our MC at EdRev in San Francisco this April. From now through April 2017, Nina is...
Dear friends of PEN,
Welcome back from summer break! I hope that all of you were able to spend time relaxing and enjoying some lazy summer days. I spent some wonderful days with my family traveling and hanging out. I returned excited...
Please join us in welcoming our longtime member, volunteer and board member Jenna Ellis as the new Board Chair of PEN.
Fellow PEN Members,
I thank you for your dedication to supporting students with learning and attention differe...
On April 30th, PEN’s Dallas Chapter held the first annual EdRev Dallas in Addison, Texas. The event was attended by over 200 parents, children, educators and exhibitors, and local dignitaries including Todd Meier, Mayor of Addison,...
Max Brooks with a fan at EdRev
EdRev 2016: A day to think a little differently, PEN's eight annual gathering for the learning-and-attention-differences community, took place at San Franc...
“A.C.” by Annika Timmerman (far right)
This year's EdRev Art Show featured over 300 works showcasing the incredible talents of students in our community. The cont...
Ask The Expert: Acceptance, Communication and Boundaries - Breathing your Way through the Holidays
By Elizabeth Corsale, MFT, Director at Pathways Institute
Parents of kids with learning and attention differences can of...
librarian paper. by kitskids on DeviantArt
Now that the new school year is well under way, I thought I would check in and share some news and events from the libra...
Some upcoming opportunities in our community:
Employment Opportunities at Chartwell
Head of Lower and Middle School - Starting July 2016
Speech and Language Pathologist - Starting Immediately
Middle School Homeroo...
Dear Parents and Guardians,
We are very excited that SAFE (Student Advisors for Education, the student branch of PEN) is part of Eye to Eye, a national mentoring program, offered this year to middle school students, at Drew High Scho...