The École branchée is proud to be a partner of the Institute of Learning Disabilities and has published for the occasion a free update of its special issue on Technological Aids for Learning Disabilities.
MONTREAL and QUEBEC, Oct. 26, 2017 / CNW Telbec / - The Institute for Learning Disabilities is taking advantage of Learning Disabilities Awareness Month to raise public awareness of this cause which affects 800,000 people in Quebec. that is, one in ten people.
To mark the end of Learning Disabilities Awareness Month, a conference for parents of elementary, secondary and post-secondary children will be held on November 4, 2017 in Montreal and November 25, 2017 in Quebec City.
This 5e colloquium: The great challenge of learning aims to inform parents about different learning disabilities and give them tools to better help their children achieve success.
In all, 14 full-day lectures will be offered on topics such as anxiety, early detection, self-esteem, executive functions, bullying, educational differentiation, dyspraxia, technological tools, primary language disorder (dysphasia), autism spectrum disorder (ASD), math, dyslexia-dysorthography and ADHD.
Renowned speakers will be present such as: Julie philippon, Chantal Besner, Alain Desrochers, Guy Aublet, Fauve Houmounou, Denis leclerc, Sylvie Trudeau, Natasha Roller, Marijo Émond, Marie-Noel Malo, Eve-Marie Plante, Hélène Massé, Gabrielle Sabbagh, Julie mcintyre, Brigitte Stanké, Mélanie Bédard and Dr. Suzanne Pelletier.
At the end of the day, you can benefit from an express consultation with a specialist of your choice. In addition, around twenty exhibitors will present their educational material to you during the day.
To view the program and register, click here.
In Montreal, Saturday, November 4, 2017 at the Father Secondary SchoolMarquette,
6030 street Marquette, Montreal, QC H2G 2Y2, Metro Station Rosemont, orange line. Free parking nearby.
And in Quebec, the Saturday 25 November 2017 at La Camaradière high school, 3400 boulevard Neuvialle, Québec, QC G1P 3A8. Free parking nearby.
About the Institute for Learning Disabilities
The mission of the Institute for Learning Disabilities is to support people affected by learning disabilities and their families, it contributes to the defense of the rights of people with learning disabilities to government authorities, and raises public awareness. and the public and collaborates in the training of stakeholders.
Speakers are available for interviews.
SOURCE Institute for Learning Disabilities