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Released January 6, 2003


HATTIESBURG – The University of Southern Mississippi will offer a course on the Association Method Jan. 14-16 and Feb. 11-13 at the DuBard School for Language Disorders.

The Association Method is a multisensory teaching strategy for speech language pathologists and teachers in grades K-2 who work with students in special education and those with learning disabilities.

The method benefits children with severe language disorders or hearing impairments or both, learning disabilities, dyslexia and other communication disorders. It is also used with non-disabled children to establish a code-breaking system for reading skills, and has been used by the faculty of the DuBard school since 1962.

For more information about this program, call (601) 266-4186


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