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October is LD Awareness Month

Our chapter is pleased to invite you to a Special Event

~ Walk A Mile in My Shoes ~
Have you ever wondered what its like to have a Learning Disability?
In collaboration with the Integra Program and the Child Development Institute in Toronto
This experiential workshop is designed to give participants a greater understanding of what it might be like to cope with an LD in every day life, at home, or at school

Reserve Your Seat at this Free Event!
Thursday October 18th at 7:00pm

560 Guelph Line (Rotary Youth Centre), Burlington, ON

We welcome parents or caregivers of children with LDs, family and community members, educators, counselors and any other interested adults!

Click on the button for more information, or to Reserve your spot today!
Space is Limited
Click here to learn more & to Register!

Parent Workshops - now available!

"Introduction to Advocacy and I.E.Ps"

This informative workshop will provide a broad overview for parents looking to receive information and support

We have heard your feedback, and we are now offering this session on two upcoming dates!
Wednesday, October 24th 
Wednesday, November 21st 
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
560 Guelph Line (Rotary Youth Centre), Burlington, ON

the same information will be covered at each session

Parent Workshops are offered at no charge!

Why attend one of our workshops?
Our recurring workshops have been designed with you and your child in mind!

This Fall, our subject matter experts will cover basics on navigating the school system, provide details on the I.E.P. (Individualized Education Program), the IPRC (Identification, Placement and Review Committee) and suggest practical tips and ideas for parents who are looking to be the best advocates for their school-aged child.
Offered at critical times during the academic year, these workshops provide insight for parents and can offer guidance when families need it most.

Who Should Come? Students with Learning Disabilities, and parents / caregivers of children with Learning Disabilities. Family members are also welcome.

Cost: Parent Advocacy workshops are offered at no charge
This session is ideal for new members of LDAH or parents who are starting their advocacy journey. 
Cilck to Register for a Workshop!
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