Hope a Student From MacLeod Public School Received a Certificate of Appreciation from Mayor Brian Bigger

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, Joscelyne Landry-Altmann, Deputy Mayor City of Greater Sudbury and Shelley Mackewn, Hope’s mother.

Hope and Mayor Bigger

 

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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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January 16, 2019

On January 29th, 2019 LDAS is hosting Roadmap To Learning KEYNOTE ADDRESS: MENTAL WELLNESS AND RESILIENCY Presenter: Emily Zanini, Health Promotion Educator, Canadian Mental Health Association This workshop will discuss the mental health issues facing our students today and provide strategies to help. Childcare will be provided for school-aged children. Please RSVP to resource@ldasudbury.ca if Find out more!


January 9, 2019

The Learning Disabilities Association of Sudbury is pleased to announce the launch of our new Parent Education Program. Beginning January 16, 2019, the program will run twice a month (second and last week of each month on Wednesdays from January until May). This program was developed by Dr. Russell Barkley (author of “Taking Charge of Find out more!


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