The Speech-Language Pathology Program at Midwestern University’s College of Health Sciences-Arizona, in partnership with the Glendale Library, will be hosting a free series of one-hour meetings for parents of young children who are learning to read.

The Family Literacy Night Program will be a series of one-hour meetings held once a month until November. It is a free family-centered program that aims to educate parents of children ages three to four years old by sharing tips regarding shared reading, demonstrating how to make literacy engaging and fun for their children, and providing education modeling on the strategies taught. The sessions will be offered in English at the Glendale Foothills Library.

Family Literacy Night Program Info
Event Dates and Time: May 9, June 13, August 8, September 12, October 10, November 7, all from 5-6 p.m.
Location: Glendale Foothills Library, 19055 N. 57th Ave., Glendale
For more information: Email [email protected].

Midwestern University’s Speech-Language Pathology Program in the College of Health Sciences specializes in educating the next generation of healthcare professionals who will treat language disorders.