On Friday, April 6th 2018 approximately 190 people participated in the 3rd Biennial Atlantic Symposium on Learning Disabilities. The focus of the symposium this year was Learning Disabilities, Multi-Sensory Education and Training in the Trades. It was an excellent day full of great speakers and discussion. Is everyone ready for 2020?
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LDANB-TAANB is excited to have Dr. Bruce Lanphear as a speaker at the upcoming symposium. Bruce Lanphear, MD, MPH, is a Clinician Scientist at the BC Children’s Research Institute and a Professor in the Faculty of Health Sciences at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, British Columbia. Over the past decade, Dr. Lanphear has become increasingly
Pre-registration is now open for the Winter 2018 semester of the Barton Tutoring Program. Please complete the form, found at the link below, to indicate your preferences for the Winter 2018 semester of Barton Tutoring. If your child is not returning to the program, please complete the form and mark that your child will not
Join us on Friday, April 6th, 2018 for our the Atlantic Symposium on Learning Disabilities. The focus of this year’s symposium is Learning Disabilities, Multi-Sensory Education & Success in the Skilled Trades. Registration is now closed! To view the complete program click here If you have any questions regarding the symposium program or registration, please
The Learning Disabilities Association – Saint John Chapter (LDASJ) was the lucky recipient of $3,500 from 50+Women Who Care of Greater Saint John. It will be put to good use supporting families dealing with children with Learning Disabilities (LDs) in our school system as well as adults living with LD. LD is a neurological disorder
October is Learning Disabilities Awareness Month. It is about raising awareness and reducing stigma around learning disabilities to allow children and adults living with learning disabilities to get the support they need to reach their potential. What the Statistics tell us 1 in 10 person lives with a learning disability 35% of students with LDs
“Where could you be with the right mentor? This former first lady was almost the “failed first lady” — she had painstakingly concealed literacy and learning disabilities into her thirties. But an accidental meeting with her future mentor would wholly change Roxanne’s life. In this bold and personal talk, Dr. Reeves, the “accidental doctor”, gives