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What Happens Next for parents: How to support a child with a learning disability

“I’m a parent and I don’t know where to start to understand what learning disabilities are.”

If that sounds like you, you’re in the right place. “What Happens Next?” saves you time and energy while helping you learn how to best support your child in a judgment-free environment.

This 60-minute workshop gives you the right resources to navigate the Ontario education system.

The workshop includes:

Takeaway resources to get you started

  • Learning strategies that you can use right away

  • Encouraging support to decrease isolation

You get answers to questions such as:

 

  • What are learning disabilities and where do I find resources about them?

  • How are individual education plans (IEPs) developed?

  • How do you advocate for your child?

By the end of the workshop, you will:

  •  Gain a better understanding of the special education system

  • Discover best practices for advocacy

  • Be equipped to identify a strong and effective IEP

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What Happens Next for students: how to navigate

the transition to university/college

Do you know a secondary-school student who’s worried

about what university/college will be like?

gives students the tools they need to feel supported and empowered when they enter university/college for the first time. Whether they need career mentorship or academic guidance, this 60-minute workshop is for students with learning disabilities to achieve their goals.

What Happens Next?”

The workshop includes:

∙ A judgement-free learning environment

∙ Takeaway resources students can customize

∙ Effective learning and studying strategies

You get answers to questions such as:

∙How do I advocate for myself at university/college?

How are individual education plans (IEPs) developed?

How can I manage and reduce my stress?

By the end of the workshop, you will:

Discover best practices for advocacy

  • Gain new best practices for learning and studying

  • Design your own stress management plan

The North Start Program 

Supporting your child with a learning disability doesn’t have to be something you do alone. The North Start Program” consists of six one-on-one sessions designed to work closely with me so that your child has a customized learning plan that actually works.

In this program, I conduct an assessment of your child’s school information and experience to understand what they need. Then, I create a learning map that addresses those needs and provides helpful resources for you. Finally, we work together to practice and implement effective learning strategies.

The program includes: 

∙ A judgement-free learning environment

∙ Sessions that work for your schedule

∙ Simple learning strategies to use everyday 

You get answers to questions such as: 

∙ What is inclusive education and how does it work?

∙ What are some best practices for learning and studying?

∙ How can I manage and reduce my stress? 

By the end of the workshop, you will:

  • Discover effective learning strategies

  • Gain a customized learning program plan

  • Enjoy the learning process with your child 

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Is There Something that I Missed?

If there are topics that you’d like to learn more about or a workshop you want in a shorter format, send me a message below.

 Previously Covered Topics include: 

 ∙ How to create inclusive environment in classrooms

∙ How to create inclusive work environments

∙ How to develop resources about learning disabilities

∙ How to be more supportive to students in class 

How to confront bias, assumptions and generalizations