LDAWC Workshop Series

Transitioning to Post-Secondary - Feb. 28

Parents, do you have a child in high school? Is college or university something he or she is thinking of? Join this exciting workshop – geared to parents and students with LDs or ADHD who are considering going to college or university. The evening will open with 4 educators giving important perspectives and tips about planning for this important transition. The majority of the evening will be question and answer format, so bring your questions! It’s never too early to start planning...even for those in grade 9! Remember – dreams are only dreams unless you have a plan...so let’s start a plan!

Wednesday, February 28; 7-9 PM

Zehrs - Community Room; 1045 Paisley Rd., Guelph

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Navigating the Workplace - Mar. 26

The workplace can be a difficult place to navigate. If you have a learning disability or ADHD, it’s likely much harder. You likely have a unique set of strengths and skills, and require the right environment to thrive. Perhaps you’re wondering about workplace issues like when or if to disclose my LD or ADHD, or what’s the best way to ask for accommodations? Workplace relationships can also be difficult, so is there a way to approach these more easily?

If any of these issues resonate with you and you’d like to learn more and chat with other adults about these issues, please join our workshop host Barbara Lustgarten-Evoy, who will be leading an informal, interactive discussion about these and other topics.

Monday, March 26; 7-9 PM

Community Living Guelph; 8 Royal Road, Guelph

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Welcome to LDA Wellington County!  

We help individuals and their families who have learning disabilities (LDs) to reach their potential.

  • Are you a parent and struggling to find effective strategies to help your son/daughter succeed at school or at home?
  • Are you looking for extra resources and information about LDs, or ADHD?
  • Are you struggling to navigate the school special education system and don't understand things like IEPs, the IPRC?
  • Are you looking for someone to advocate on your behalf - in the school system or in the workplace?

You've come to the right place! Please check out the rest of our website or don't hesitate to contact us directly. You can reach us at (519) 837-2050 or info@ldawc.ca.



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