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Going to the Dogs: Four-Legged Friends Support Our Most Challenging Readers


Nov 16, 2013 12:00am


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This session is an opportunity to learn about a way to motivate non-readers, struggling readers, and those who greatly dislike reading. A “Read and Wag” program is designed to meet the educational and emotional needs of children of all ages and from all backgrounds. This hands-on session will provide a rationale and a step-by-step guide to help participants develop their own programs with supervised therapy dogs to encourage the most challenging readers.

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