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Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic!

The following PowerPoint slide copies are for informational and educational purposes. They are not intended to be complete or definitive (or each presentation would need to be book-sized). They may appear slightly fuzzy here because they are in .jpg format and are not full-sized.

The slides provide basic information for several different learning disabilities and ADHD, as well as follow-up information. They are listed alphabetically below, with resources included in the 'Next Steps' presentation. 

There are 11 presentations in total, varying in size from 3 slides to 10 slides. The presentations are for ADHD, Auditory Processing, Comprehension, Dyscalculia, Dysgraphia, Dyslexia, Executive Function, Nonverbal Learning Disorder, Processing Disorders, Twice Exceptional (2E) and Next Steps. (This is the Parent version of the Next Steps presentation; it contains more slides than the Teacher version, which is available for download in .pdf format on my Teachers Pay Teachers page). ​

These presentations are a representation of my studies for the past 18 months, and will form part of my graduate thesis. Please respect my intellectual property rights.

Each slide presentation, as a PowerPoint document, is available for download in .ppsx format from my
Teachers Pay Teachers page. This format is a slide show only. For a one-time fee of $3-$5 per complete slideshow, you purchase the right to use these files to share with teachers, administrators, school board members, as well as others, as long as you do not make color copies, do not change the written information in any way, do not publish in any form (other than B/W handouts), and always include the copyright information on each slide (© 2018 wingstutor.com). You may not share, give away, publish or sell the PowerPoint presentation .ppsx files that you download, but black and white copies may be distributed at your presentations if you desire. B/W handout files may be purchased for an additional $1 per complete presentation file. There is no limit on how many times you may give a presentation. You are welcome to refer to these web pages, which include links for many valuable resources, for further information: