Walk A Mile: Educational and Medical Learning Simulation

Join Learning Essentials and Power UP by Learning Essentials for a fun, informative and interactive morning. 

The event is on April 4 and starts promptly at 9:15 am and will concluded at 11:00.

Learning disabilities and chronic illness are often hidden in the classroom—but they are there, impacting school performance, including reduced attention and concentration, poor motivation, resistance to school assignments and absence issues. The challenges that these conditions pose to our children affect them on a daily basis, both in and out of school.

Learning Essentials has teamed up with Power UP by Learning Essentials to offer a simulation workshop that helps educators and medical professionals to feel what it is like to have dyslexia, auditory & visual processing problems, attention challenges, traumatic brain injury and more.

Through a series of interactive activities, participants gain insights into what these children experience every day – and learn strategies to help them thrive.

Walk a Mile in the shoes of students with learning or chronic medical needs. Let Learning Essentials and Power UP help you become a better guide for these students as they find their footing and reach their academic peak!

Ask The Expert- Dr. Rachel Schreiber

Guest Speaker: Rachel Schreiber, M.D.

Topic:  Food and Seasonal Allergies in the Classroom

Date: March 12, 2019

Time: 8:45- 9:15 am

Place: Join us Live!

Join our Ask The Expert program with Dr. Rachel Schreiber

We are excited to have Dr. Schreiber to discuss food and seasonal allergies in the classroom. Join us virtually or join us in person to learn tips and strategies for keeping our kids healthy and safe this season and beyond.

Rachel L. Schreiber, M.D., FAAAAI is a Diplomate of the American Board of Allergy/Immunology and Immediate Past President of the Greater Washington Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology Society.

Dr. Schreiber is a Washingtonian Magazine “Top Doctor” and a Washington Consumer Checkbook Top Doctor. She is named one of “America’s Top Physicians” by the Consumers’ Research Council of America and Castle Connolly. She has also been awarded the “SuperDoctors” distinction.

Dr. Schreiber has published numerous articles in peer-reviewed scientific journals and is the co-author of “Allergic Rhinitis” in Pediatric Otolaryngology. She is a member of numerous local and national medical and professional societies and served as a Board Member for the Pennsylvania Allergy and Asthma Association. She has mentored students in the Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership class at George Washington University School of Business and guest lectured in GW’s “Medical Issues in Sports Medicine” class. In 2013 Dr. Schreiber had the pleasure of serving as the Honorary Medical Chair of the Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) Walk in Rockville, MD.


Coffee & Conversation: Meet Power UP

Coffee and Conversation with Power UP by Learning Essentials

If your child has a medical need, we want to meet you. Come learn about our collaborative initiative with families, educators and health professionals. An informal setting to share stories, discuss strategies, and learn more about our community needs.

Croissants, coffee and convo!

Let’s work together to Make It A Good Day!

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Make It A Good Day! Connect with us.

Julie Schumacher, julie@LEpowerUP.com

Wendy Taylor, wendy@LEpowerUP.com

Educators, learn more about Ed UP HERE
Medical or Allied Health Professionals, learn more about Med UP HERE