The Learning Disabilities Association of New Brunswick aims to promote the understanding and acceptance of the ability of persons with learning disabilities to lead meaningful and successful lives. Our mission is to establish accurate information regarding learning disabilities, assist families, adults with LDs and professionals, and speak as a provincial authority on learning disabilities. To mark
Click HERE for the July 2020 Newsletter. Cliquez ICI pour le bulletin de juillet 2020. Highlights from the Newsletter – Faits Saillants du Bulletin The Premier’s Council on Disabilities has released New Brunswick’s Disability Action Plan for Persons with a Disability: Accountable Path Forward to an Equal Opportunity! In developing the report, the council undertook an extensive consultation process.
Over the course of the summer, LDANB will share learning opportunities for teachers and other school professionals. “This webinar is for parents of young children and teachers of struggling readers. It addresses why some children struggle to learn to read and early warning signs of reading difficulties. Participants are guided through one of the first
For many adults who have learning disabilities finding meaningful employment that plays to strengths can be difficult. The skills of searching and applying for a job, attending an interview, accepting a job offer and then keeping a job may be particularly difficult for an adult with complex learning disabilities. What are some major signs an
Click HERE for the June 2020 Newsletter. Cliquez ICI pour le bulletin de juin 2020. LDANB Teacher Series Over the course of the summer, LDANB will share learning opportunities for teachers and other school professionals. Do you know the difference between a “word wall” and a “sound wall”? A word wall is “a collection of
Click HERE for the January 2020 Newsletter. Cliquez ICI pour le bulletin de janvier 2020. Our friends at Neil Squire shared a great blog post on Ginger Chrome. “Ginger Chrome is a spelling and grammar checker that works as both a contextual checker that automatically pops up as users write and interact online, as well as a
Word Wall vs Sound Wall Do you know the difference between a “word wall” and a “sound wall”? A word wall is “a collection of words which are displayed in large visible letters on a wall, bulletin board, or other display surface in a classroom.” They are usually arranged by first letter. But that word
Over the course of the summer, LDANB-TAANB will share learning opportunities for teachers and other school professionals. Free online course – Teaching Remotely: A Practical Guide “Over six weeks, we will cover best practices, resources, and strategies to set your Remote Learning classroom up for success while providing you plenty of opportunities to brainstorm and