Janice Sammons earned her elementary education teaching credential from San Diego State University. Later, she obtained her Master’s degree in special education with a specialty in Bilingual Learning Disabilities. After working at the university in the area of reading research and teacher training, she earned her Ph.D. from the University of Arizona and is now a licensed psychologist and certified school psychologist. She completed her postdoctoral training in pediatric neuropsychology, and has worked in schools and private practice. She specializes in comprehensive evaluations for individuals from ages 4 through graduate school. Areas of specialty include learning problems, attention deficit disorders, and brain injury. As a former teacher, special educator, and researcher, she has extensive knowledge in the area of reading disabilities (dyslexia) and learning disabilities. She has worked with parents, children, and college and graduate students with learning differences for more than twenty years. Dr. Sammons also teaches special education courses at the University of Arizona as adjunct faculty.
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