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June 14, 2017 in What's New

Lexia® Core5® Embedded Into Seven Schools

What do The S.E.A.L. Foundation, Analog Devices Foundation, BayCoast Bank, the Carney Family Foundation, the Catholic Foundation of Southeastern Massachusetts, and the Diocese of Fall River all have in common? …
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June 1, 2017 in What's New

Preventing the “Summer Slide”

For those parents who have a child with dyslexia, summers can often look very different for them when compared to other children. Unfortunately, if a child with dyslexia does not…
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May 31, 2017 in What's New

Certification of Seven Schools

What does it mean to be certified by The S.E.A.L. Foundation for your special education program? To start, it means that each member of the school community has dedicated themselves…
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May 26, 2017 in What's New

Neurodiversity Training For Students

What do you see below? That was the question posed to students in our partner schools in Fall River who were learning about neurodiversity this past spring.   In the…
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May 15, 2017 in What's New

S.E.A.L. Foundation Offers On-going Professional Development

Professional Development – what makes it so critical to successfully embedding a support system for children with learning differences within a school? The answer is rather simple. It provides teachers…
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May 10, 2017 in What's New

Neurodiversity in the Workplace

When we talk about diversity, it needs to extend beyond race and gender…. We need to include individuals with learning differences in that conversation since learning differences affect all races…
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May 5, 2017 in What's New

Welcome New S.E.A.L. Foundation Team Members

Please join us in welcoming our newest team members who will help us expand our services and deepen our curricular offerings to schools. Sandra Ford began serving as our new…
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May 1, 2017 in What's New

“Last year I couldn’t read, but now I know how.”

Those jubilant words are from 3rd grader Mackenzie, who was taught by a teacher in the Orton Gillingham Approach. What is that approach you ask? Students with dyslexia or a…
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