Dilpreet Chhokar, MS

My experience working with students who struggled comes from working as a vision therapist. I mostly supported children who struggled with reading and comprehension. In the summer of 2015, I did an internship with a neuropsychologist who administered cognitive assessments. A few years later, in 2019, I started to work for her as a psychometrist and administered assessment batteries for adults who were worried about their cognitive functioning either due to age, genetics, a traumatic experience, or another concern.

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What makes you excited about Parallel?

One thing that gets me excited about Parallel is its remote access. By being a remote platform, Parallel can be used as a resource and tool by many others who may not have the opportunity to get help locally in time. Students who are struggling in school are already facing many challenges, getting help shouldn't be another obstacle in their way and Parallel is there to remedy that.

A bit more about Dilpreet:

Outside of work, I love spending time with my family. In 2020 I had my first child, a very energetic and social little girl whom I love spending time with along with my husband of 5 years. I live in the PNW so hiking, boating, camping, and skiing are some of my outdoor hobbies along with dancing to Bollywood and Punjabi music. My undergraduate and graduate studies have been in Psychology with an interest in Neuropsychology. I believe learning about the functions of the brain and how it affects others is a great place to start for those who are seeking help which is something I have always wanted to do. Being a part of Parallel Learning helps me not only help others but also allows me to continue growing my knowledge and experience in a field I absolutely love.

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