Jericho Doc At Special Needs Fair


rxDr. Shelley Pazer of Jericho’s LearningRx will join more than 50 elite special needs industry leaders to provide under one roof vital tools, information and advice for Long Island families who have children with autism, other developmental disabilities and/or learning disabilities at Long Island’s first ever free IBO/Mosaic Interactive Special Needs Resource Fair on Feb. 1.

Sharing her expertise in cognitive skills enrichment, Dr. Pazer will be readily available throughout the event, taking place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at The Mosaic School for Autism, located at 1309 Wantagh Avenue in Wantagh to offer guidance for special needs families in attendance while addressing their concerns and questions.

Dr. Pazer says that she is proud to be participating in this comprehensive resource fair, jointly presented by Interchange Business Organization (IBO) and The Mosaic Foundation for Autism, and delighted to help bring more attention and support to today’s special needs community.

“At LearningRx, we help kids and adults who feel held back in school, work or life with remembering, paying attention, thinking quickly, solving problems and more,” says Dr. Pazer. “We help by improving, often dramatically, the brain’s ability to register, process, remember and utilize incoming information.”

This fair will provide families the opportunity to meet multiple industry professionals in one place and better understand the services available to them. Beyond LearningRx, this event will feature special needs industry professionals and educators specializing in more than 45 areas that include: cognitive development, speech, music & art therapy, sports, finance, special education, guardianship law and social security benefits. In addition to inviting families to take advantage of the free counsel being made available, families are also encouraged to attend the fair along with their children for the opportunity to personally sample and experience programs available so they can identify which ones are best suited for serving their child’s unique needs.

More information about IBO and this event is available at

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