LDAWC Family Conference Save the Date

Posted by on October 20, 2015 in Event | 0 comments

The Learning Disabilities Association of Wellington County is inviting YOU to join them at the Family Conference Saturday October 24th! 

This event is intended for parents and caregivers of children with learning disabilities. The focus is providing parents with tools and strategies to aid them in supporting their children. Examples of sessions for parents could include:

  • Disclosure of diagnosis
  • Mental health needs
  • Navigating the education system
  • Opportunity to share strategies with other parents

The session will include a key note speaker and choice of break-out sessions lead by inspiring professional speakers. Make sure you save the date and be sure to attend what is sure to be an inspiring and informative day!

questions? Email info@ldawc.ca

LDAWC Save the Date Flyer

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Save the Date: Everyday Lives Series Common Thread Conference April 2 and 3

Posted by on March 21, 2014 in Event | 0 comments

Please Save the Date for:

The Everyday Lives Series Common Thread Conference: Approaches and Contexts for Planning Everyday Lives. This will take place on April 2 and 3 at the Holiday Inn, Toronto ¬†International Airport, 970 Dixton Rd. Toronto. Presenters will include John O’Brien and Connie Lyle O’Brien, Michael Smul, Jack Pealer, and Linda Khan. Please see the poster below for more information.

Save the Date Every Day Lives Series: Common Threads Conference

 

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5th Biennial Stages of Autism: Adolescence and beyond Conference

Posted by on February 6, 2014 in Event | 0 comments

Please join Woodview, a provider of mental health and autism services, for the 5th Biennial Stages of Autism: Adolescence and Beyond Conference. This event will take place on Monday, April 7 and Tuesday, April 8 from 8 A. M. to 4 P. M. at the Hamilton Convention Centre (1 Summers Lane, Hamilton L8P 4Y2).

Conference topics and speakers include: How to Eat Better: Food Selectivity and Autism Spectrum Disorders with Toby Stalchmidt-Kah, M. A. BCBA, a presentation from Colleen Mosseau M.Ed (Couns.Psych),, who works with children, youth, adults and families with Autism Spectrum Disorder, and Becoming a Detective: Sensory Processing and Challenging Behaviour: Understanding the Link with Ellen Yack and Janet Seymour.

Please see this link for conference program and registration information:

http://woodview.ca/?p=726

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The 5th Annual Biennial Stages of Autism: Adolescence and beyond Conference

Posted by on February 5, 2014 in Event | 0 comments

Please join Woodview, a provider of mental health and autism services, for the 5th Bienniel Stages of Autism: Adolescence and Beyond Conference. This event will take place on Monday, April 7 and Tuesday, April 8 from 8 A. M. to 4 P. M. at the Hamilton Convention Centre (1 Summers Lane, Hamilton L8P 4Y2).

Conference topics and speakers include: How to Eat Better: Food Selectivity and Autism Spectrum Disorders with Toby Stalchmidt-Kah, M. A. BCBA, a presentation from Colleen Mosseau M.Ed (Couns.Psych),, who works with children, youth, adults and families with Autism Spectrum Disorder, and Becoming a Detective: Sensory Processing and Challenging Behaviour: Understanding the Link with Ellen Yack and Janet Seymour.

Please see this link below for conference program and registration information:

http://www.scsottawa.on.ca/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/A-Call-to-Compassion-Care-Community-Integration.pdf

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The 5th Biennial Stages of Autism: Adolescence and beyond Conference

Posted by on February 5, 2014 in Event | 0 comments

Please join Woodview, a provider of mental health and autism services, for the 5th Bienniel Stages of Autism: Adolescence and Beyond Conference. This event will take place on Monday, April 7 and Tuesday, April 8 from 8 A. M. to 4 P. M. at the Hamilton Convention Centre (1 Summers Lane, Hamilton L8P 4Y2).

Conference topics and speakers include: How to Eat Better: Food Selectivity and Autism Spectrum Disorders with Toby Stalchmidt-Kah, M. A. BCBA, a presentation from Colleen Mosseau M.Ed (Couns.Psych),, who works with children, youth, adults and families with Autism Spectrum Disorder, and Becoming a Detective: Sensory Processing and Challenging Behaviour: Understanding the Link with Ellen Yack and Janet Seymour.

Please see this link for conference program and registration information:

http://woodview.ca/?p=726

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