Have your say! “I Have Something to Say!” Project

Students and Youth with a learning disability are encouraged to have their say with the “I Have Something to Say!” project. If your child is in our coaching program, we highly recommend submitting your story. In fact, this would be a wonderful project to take on with your child’s coach during their sessions!

The Provincial Advocate for Children & Youth are asking to share your personal stories through the media of your choice; it could be a piece of art, videos, songs, e-books, letters, etc.

For more information on how to get involved with this project, please see the links provided:

LDAO’s Discussion of “I Have Something to Say!” project – http://www.ldao.ca/have-your-say-share-your-stories/

The Provincial Advocate for Children & Youth “About Our Project” - http://www.provincialadvocate.on.ca/main/en/ihsts/

The Provincial Advocate for Children & Youth “Make a Submission” – http://www.provincialadvocate.on.ca/main/en/ihsts/make-a-submission.html

Sammy’s Submission – Advertisement for the project – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D-NaLqXRgbA

 

 

About LDAS

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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Hope Mackewn a student from MacLeod Public School received a Certificate of Appreciation from Mayor Brian Bigger prior to Tuesday’s council meeting.  Hope disclosed that she is a student with a learning disability and calls on others to offer their support to people with learning disabilities in our community.  Hope is pictured here with Mayor Brian Bigger, Find out more!


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