New York Times Best-selling Author Comes to Hermann to Present Free to the Public

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Hermann, Mo. - New York Times best-selling author and renowned public speaker, David Finch, will be speaking at the Hermann High School Auditorium on Wed., Aug, 15 at 6:30 p.m. on understanding and educating students with Asperger's syndrome and attention deficit disorder and is free to anyone who would like to attend.

Finch is the author of Oh You Needed Me to Pay Attention? Classroom Perspective from a Twice Exceptional and Deceptively Remarkable Student and the New York Times best-seller and will share his personal life story in an enlightening presentation.

Finch will speak about how on the classroom environment can be confusing for gifted students with Asperger’s ADD and learning difficulties, including autism spectrum disorders, ADHD, and sensory processing deficits.

“In this entertaining and enlightening presentation, Finch will provide unique personal insights into the twice-exceptional learning experience through the lenses of Asperger’s, ADD, OCD, and giftedness," according to the Premiere Speakers Bureau. "Thoughtful, revealing, inspiring — it’s a must see for parents and educators."

The Wyatt Fund, a community - funded organization aimed at increasing autism awareness and sensory integration knowledge will be hosting the free event that is open to the public

Finch will also offer an open forum for individual questions and discussion.  Books will be available for purchase and can be signed by the author.

For more information about Mr. Finch and his book, please visit www.DavidFinchWriter.com, or follow him on Facebook at facebook.com/DavidFinchWriter.