LDAO Web-Based Workshop October 20th

The Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario in partnership with Integra Children’s Mental Health Centre is offering an online workshop for parents, and for individuals who are helping parents navigate the school system.

This event hosted by LDAO and Integra Children’s Mental Health Centre promotes a collaborative approach to advocacy, based on knowledge and understanding on both sides. The seven units presented during the workshop “explore perspectives of parents and schools, promote an understanding of the needs of students and of special education and behaviour management processes in schools, and teach strategies for successful negotiation” (LDAO website).

For more information, check out the links provided below:

Partnering with Schools for Student Success Announcement – Fall 2014

http://www.ldao.ca/partnering-with-schools-for-student-success-effective-parent-advocacy/

 

 

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The Learning Disabilities Association of Sudbury is a charitable non-profit organization dedicated to supporting all individuals with Learning Disabilities in reaching their potential, within a community that values their unique contributions and abilities.

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