Uniquely Qualified Instructor
Dr. Lyndsey Zurawski is an outstanding national presenter and highly experienced speech-language pathologist. She brings years of experience and ideas for improving outcomes of children who have language and reading disorders. Lyndsey brings a unique perspective to the seminar, having served as a speech-language pathologist in both school and private practice settings. She also has extensive experience providing literacy-based language therapy services within inclusive models.
In addition, she has experience working as a clinical service provider, diagnostician and clinical supervisor within a large metropolitan school district. Lyndsey brings broad experience working with students of all ages, from pre-K through college level including students with dyslexia. She presents nationally on topics of language and literacy, inclusion and collaboration. Lyndsey is also the author of Highly Effective Strategies to Help SLPs Support Students with Reading and Language Deficits (Grades PreK-12), the resource handbook each participant will receive at her seminar.
Join Lyndsey for a fast-paced, engaging seminar filled with practical, highly effective techniques you can use with the children you see and treat.
What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter
“So many wonderful ideas! Lyndsey was highly engaging!”
“Lyndsey is so relatable. I appreciate her real-world take on the role of today’s SLP in education.”
“Such a wealth of knowledge! So many great ideas I can’t wait to use with my students.”
“Loved the ideas to help me collaborate more effectively with other teachers. Thank you!”
“Lyndsey is fantastic. I really can’t speak more highly of her!”
“Lyndsey’s energy, passion and ideas are inspiring. So relevant!”
“I’m excited to go back and try these strategies with students on my caseload!”
“Terrific seminar. Lyndsey is so warm, engaging and knowledgeable. I’d love to see Lyndsey present again!”
“Lyndsey was organized, engaging and current. Great ideas for building language and literacy skills in my students.”