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Brian Friedlander to Present on Assistive Technology at Madison Junior School

The Madison Parents and Professionals for Exceptional Children, a support group for parents of children with disabilities, and an affiliate of the United Leadership Council for Exceptional Children, will offer four educational meetings at the Madison Junior School Media Center (160 Main Street in Madison). The meetings begin at 7:00 p.m. and are open to the public.

On February 24, 2010, Brian Friedlander, an assistive technology consultant, will speak about “What’s New in Assistive Technologies for Students with Learning Disabilities.”

The Madison Parents and Professionals for Exceptional Children provides support and advocacy for families, promotes effective communication between home and school and offers programs and information to parents.

For information about The Madison Parents and Professionals for Exceptional Children and the Madison Special Services Department visit:


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