LDAYR is offering a four part workshop series for youth with Learning Disabilities and/or ADHD who are transitioning into life beyond high school, ages 17-25 years. The workshops are designed to enable students to learn and develop specific strategies for success in a transitional environment. This workshop series is designed for transitioning students (those entering, currently enrolled, or looking to return to post-secondary education).
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Please find the presentation from March 10th on What We Do Matters here
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A safe, encouraging and positive environment – our camp meets the needs of your child. Learning social skills has never been so much fun! For ages 7-12. Two sessions offered this summer. Click here for more details.
LDAYR and Changing Dimensions are providing a workshop for parents of adolescent students with Learning Disabilities and/or ADHD on April 16th.
The purpose of the evening is to provide parents with relevant information and skills on mindfulness and how it can benefit students with LDs. In addition, we will examine how social and emotional competencies can be supported through mindfulness.
Date and Time:
April 18th 2016 6:30pm — 8:30pm
York Catholic District School Board Office
320 Bloomington Road West Aurora, ON L4G 0M1
$10 LDAYR members $15 Non-LDAYR members
Workshop fees are transferable and non-refundable.
For more information or to register:
Phone: 905-884-7933 x 23
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An eight part series that focuses on the academic and socio-emotional effects of Learning Disabilities and Attention Deficit Disorder for young Adults ages 17-20.
Parenting children and adolescents with a learning disability and attention hyperactivity disorder is sometimes a challenging and frustrating experience. Our parent support group provides parents and guardians with the opportunities to exchange problems, solutions and other information with other parents and professionals.
Many people with learning disabilities lack social experience due to a deficit in social processing. This often leads to isolation, loneliness and emotional pain. A support group is an opportunity to meet and interact with other adults with learning disabilities.
Join the LDAYR’s monthly Young Adult Forum for those between the age of 19 to 25. Expand your understanding of Mental Health and become the agent of change in your life!