Symposium for parents on learning disabilities

On November 5, the Institute for Learning Disabilities is holding its 4th conference for parents of elementary, secondary or college children. It aims to inform and provide tools to better help children achieve success.

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On November 5, the Institute for Learning Disabilities is holding its 4th conference for parents of elementary, secondary or college children. It aims to inform and provide tools to better help children achieve success.

MONTREAL, Oct. 27, 2016 / 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.

A conference for parents of elementary, secondary or college children

This 4e 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. A total of 16 full-day conferences will be offered on topics such as ADHD, anxiety or autism spectrum disorder, dyslexia-dyslorthography, dyspraxia, dysphasia, behavioral disorders, etc. To consult the program, visit the http://institutta.com/.

It's a meeting on November 5 at École Marguerite-De Lajemmerais, 5555 rue Sherbrooke Est in Montreal. An opportunity to meet the experts in the field.

In the morning: five (5) conferences

  • Dyslexia and potentialities: contributing to the development of students' full potential with Nadia Rousseau.
  • Technology to the rescue of young people with a learning disability with Jean Chouinard.
  • The intervention plan and educational differentiation to promote the student's progress with Sylvie Trudeau.
  • Smile during homework period: it takes a whole lesson to get there! with Annie Lussier.
  • Registering for vocational training: what you need to know for students with special needs and their parents with Jacques Cossette.

In the afternoon :

  • Dyspraxia with Héloise Allard
  • ADHD with Dr. Suzanne Pelletier
  • Anxiety with Guy Aublet and Annie Parenteau
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder with Julie McIntyre
  • Dyslexia-dysorthography with Brigitte Stanké and Madeleine Fauteux
  • Behavioral problems with Ginette Gagné
  • Dysphasia with Geneviève Lemieux and Anne Nigen


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 decision-making bodies, raises public awareness. and the public and contributes to the training of stakeholders.

 

SOURCE Quebec Association of Learning Disabilities

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