Paul is most known for being the founder and Director of The Yellin Center for Mind, Brain, and Education in New York City.
Today he’ll be sharing the exact same strategies he has used with thousands of families around the world to help them understand their child, their child’s needs, and how to advocate for those needs in both physical settings and remote settings.
Something about Paul that impressed me is he left NYU and joined All Kinds of Minds in order to hone his expertise in learning and assessment.
As we know, there are no “perfect brains” nor is there a perfect system to ensure every child is equipped with what they need to learn best and succeed.
Paul will discuss the different neurodevelopmental profiles of academic and cognitive strengths and weaknesses at a particular point in time vs. fixed labels since there is a wide range of normal variations in brain development. We are “re‐wiring” our brains throughout our lives.
He will also discuss the difference between IEPs and 504 plans as well as how to individualize each for your child and advocate for those needs based on understanding the diagnostic criteria for ADHD.
Dr. Paul B. Yellin, M.D. | Director of The Yellin Center for Mind, Brain, and Education in New York City. He served for five years as National Director of the Student Success Program at the not-for-profit All Kinds of Minds Institute, and he created The Yellin Center to extend a multi-disciplinary model of learning assessments and personalized learning plans to thousands of students.
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