DAVENPORT, IOWA (March 23, 2023) — On Thursday, March 30, 6:30PM, Fairmount, Robin C Abbott will present a program based on her book, Sound Advice: How to Help Your Child with SPD, Autism, and ADHD from the Inside Out. In this program, personal stories of a pediatric occupational therapist are integrated with current science on why some children struggle to learn and adapt.

Learn: The hidden functions of hearing in paying attention — the "background" sensation of the vestibular system; how glitches in these systems can derail development; developmentally-effective therapies and interventions; and empower yourself to support your child's way of learning about their world.

For more information please visit: davenportlibrary.libcal.com/event/9930479.

About the Davenport Public Library

Davenport Public Library is the municipal library for the City of Davenport, Iowa, serving a population of 102,196 residents. The Library has three conveniently-located facilities: Main, Fairmount, and Eastern. Main is also the home of the Richardson-Sloane Special Collections Center, which focuses on local history and genealogy. New in 2020, the Library acquired the Outreach Wheeled Library (OWL), which brings library services directly to retirement facilities, schools, day-cares, community events, and organizations throughout Davenport. Patrons can access our library catalog, website, e-books, audiobooks, and countless digital resources, remotely 24-hours a day. Wireless Internet access and public computers, faxing, copying, notary services, and scanning are available at each of our locations.

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