A weekly Internet Talk Radio Show series on LATalkRadio titled Parent Choices for Struggling Teens, hosted by Lon Woodbury and a variety of guests, will discuss many of the issues concerning teens and young people with a variety of problems from learning, emotional, or behavioral.
Online PR News – 01-June-2011 – – Starting at noon PST Monday June 6, 2011, Woodbury Reports will launch a weekly Internet Talk Radio Show on LATalkRadio. Titled Parent Choices for Struggling Teens, the series will be hosted by Lon Woodbury and, through a variety of guests, will discuss many of the issues concerning teens and young people with problems and what the private Parent-Choice Special Needs schools and programs are doing to help their students. The shows can be heard live by going to www.LATalkRadio.com at noon PST Mondays and clicking on Channel One. All the shows can be heard later through LATalkRadio’s streaming and downloading capacity.
The Inaugural show on June 6 will have the topic Parent Help: the Value of an Independent Educational Consultant featuring long time Independent Educational Consultants Larry Stednitz Ph.D. of California and Bob Kantar MA of Vermont. The show will discuss what an Educational Consultant can and cannot do to help parents trying to find help for their child with behavioral/emotional/learning difficulties, and how this helping profession has evolved since the 1970s.
Anybody having a suggestion for an upcoming show please call Lon Woodbury or Laura at 208-267-5550 during regular business hours.
Woodbury Reports was founded in November 1989, by Lon Woodbury, MA, IECA, CEP, as an Independent Educational Consulting firm to help parents of teens making poor decisions select a private, parent choice program that would help return the family to normalcy. Through interviews with parents, communication with professionals who know your child well, and then thoroughly researching viable options, we can help parents make the right choices that will help your child get back on the right path. For more information visit http://www.strugglingteens.com.