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Learn how to know if your child needs help and what you can do to get them back on a positive course

Renay Gartner, Psy.D.
• 
Amy Wolok, Psy.D.
• September 29, 2021

Children are returning to the classroom after more than a year of remote learning. Upon re-entry, many parents are finding that their children are showing signs of academic and social setbacks. In this thoughtful presentation, Renay Gartner, Psy.D., and Amy Wolok, Psy.D. explore the impact of the "COVID slide" and the role neuropsychological assessment can play in developing a plan to address any academic or social setbacks your child may be experiencing.

You’ll learn:

  • What is the "COVID slide" and how does it impact academic achievement 
  • The interconnected social-emotional impact is on students 
  • How to know if your child needs help and what you can do 
  • The role of a neuropsychological assessment in identifying struggling students and getting them back on a positive course 



Renay Gartner, Psy.D.

Therapist
Director of Assessment Services

Dr. Gartner specializes in neuropsychological assessment, from early childhood through adulthood. She has significant experience and training helping individuals and families determine where their true struggles lie, in order to inform the most appropriate support/services and help them live up to their potential.

Amy Wolok, Psy.D.

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Dr. Wolok specializes in pediatric neuropsychological assessment and works with children and adolescents from early childhood through young adulthood. She brings more than 10 years of assessment experience through her specialized training helping children and their families reach their potential. Dr.