As an advocate for children with learning differences, the Center for Learning Differences Education at Trident Academy announces that best-selling author Pamela Hutchins will be in Charleston on July 15, 2013 and is available to talk with parents of children with ADHD and Asperger’s Syndrome. Hutchins is the author of “The Clark Kent Chronicles: A Mother’s Tale of Life With Her ADHD and Asperger’s Son” and has an article she authored in this summer’s ADDitudes magazine.
She will host a book signing at the Towne Center Barnes and Noble in Mount Pleasant on July 15, 2013. She is in town the entire day and is willing to meet with any size group of people, whether at, before, or after my scheduled signing event, formally or just for a cup of coffee.
She also does workshops (or impromptu chats) for parents of children with ADHD and/or on the autism spectrum, or for adults with ADHD or Asperger’s Syndrome. If this date isn’t convenient, she will present or do Q&As via Skype.
As a knowledge leader, the mission of the Center for Learning Difference Education at Trident Academy is to educate parents and advocate for children with functional and language-based learning differences.