Self-awareness is at the core of self-advocacy and self-determination. Students with learning differences can gain power by understanding themselves through the lens of neurodiversity. Being knowledgable about their own personality, social-emotional intelligence, and learning style helps students to both understand their differences and determine their goals.
Dorothy Lucci, M.Ed., CAGS, is the Program Director of MGH Aspire. She is a national consultant specializing in program design and inclusion of individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, and has over 30 years’ experience in the field of autism. She also has an extensive background in neuropsychology and holds teaching certificates in school psychology, early childhood, elementary and special education.
Broadmeadow School Performance Center, 120 Broad Meadow Road
Thursday, February 16, 6:15pm (snow date)
Needham High School
Pollard / Rising 7th Graders
Tuesday, March 14, 6:30pm
Pollard Middle School Media Center
High Rock / Rising 6th Graders
Tuesday, March 28, 6:30pm
High Rock School Gym