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Welcome to the Resource Center

Parallel offers a growing range of free resources to empower and support students with learning differences (and their communities).

Upcoming Event:

Should I Have My Child Tested for Learning Differences?

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Your open forum for Q&A

Get your questions answered by the experts in our interactive, virtual sessions. Our upcoming sessions feature a variety of experts, including evaluators, specialists, parents and students who have successfully navigated a learning difference. Sign up to be notified of upcoming sessions.

Upcoming Events

4/13/2021 7:00 PM
4/13/2021 8:00 PM

Remote Learning: Helping Your Child Adjust to the New Normal

A deep dive into the effects of remote learning and social distancing and how to best support your child through this transition

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3/16/2021 7:00 PM
3/16/2021 8:00 PM

Should I Have My Child Tested for Learning Differences?

An introduction to the many types of educational and psychological evaluations and how to know which one is right for your child.

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Ask our team anything you want to know about learning differences, interventions, accreditations, or anything else care-related and we'll send a response with professional advice. All questions are completely anonymous unless you choose otherwise.

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