NEURO-DIVERSITY “THE BRAIN AND HOW YOUR CHILD LEARNS”


PLEASE JOIN US FOR AN EDUCATIONAL EVENING WITH DR. RICHARD SOLOMON!

Dr. Solomon was born and raised in Montreal, Quebec, educated at McGill University, Hobart College and the University of Rhode Island.  He completed his postdoctoral training at Mass Hospital School and the Rhode Island Youth Guidance Center, part of Memorial Hospital.

He is the Clinical Director of Delta Consultants, a multi-disciplinary clinical practice, located in Providence and, he is an Adjunct Professor of Psychology at the University of Rhode Island.  Dr. Solomon completes neuropsychological evaluations, child, adolescent and family therapy in his practice, supervises pre and postdoctoral interns and residents as well as consults to numerous schools throughout New England and in other parts of the country.

Dr. Solomon is the author of “Paternal Deprivation and Child Maltreatment”, past president of Prevent Child Abuse-Rhode Island, a trustee for Charette Charter School (in Providence), recipient of the Outstanding Faculty Award from URI-Providence and recipient of the Commissioner’s Award from the Dept of Health and Human Services for his work in child abuse prevention. 

He still aspires to a career in the NHL and, strangely, still feels that it is probable. Perhaps you can help him. Because the NHL is not really in his future, Dr. Solomon has replaced this with his love of talking about the brain, the fascinating 1300 grams of neurodiversity that resides in all of us.

NEURO-DIVERSITY “THE BRAIN AND HOW YOUR CHILD LEARNS”

Wednesday, October 30th
6:30-8:30 p.m.
Stonehill College McCarthy Auditorium
May School of Arts and Sciences
320 Washington St., Easton, MA

DIOCESE OF FALL RIVER CATHOLIC PARENT ADVISORY COUNCIL (CPAC)

The Catholic Parent Advisory Council (CPAC) is open to all families within the Diocese of Fall River.  CPAC offers families a forum for discussion and sharing the challenges and successes experienced when parenting children with learning differences.