Thursday September 30, 2010
The Ability To Learn
UVF workshop teaches "Whole Life" approach to illiteracy
ave you ever thought about how you would buy groceries if you couldn't decipher labels? Or what if you asked directions and you couldn't understand the answer? Have you ever wondered what screening & assessment tools you could use to learn how to best help a person or what community or provincial resources are available to help people? Do you want to know more?
The Chilliwack Learning Community Society, Chilliwack Community Services, and the University of the Fraser Valley invites anyone interested in the topic of Learning Disabilities to a "Community Conversation about Learning Disabilities"
Why talking about Learning Disabilities is important
The Whole Life Approach to Learning Disabilities project and resources
Challenges people with Learning Disabilities face
Screening and assessment tools
Strategies and approaches to help people learn
Where/who are our local experts are
Date: Friday October 22nd, 2010 Time: 9:00 to 3:00 (lunch will be provided) Location: University of the Fraser Valley, Yale Road Campus, Room D239. Parking: Pay parking is in effect. Register by: Friday October 15th - Space is limited to 50 people.
This session is brought to you by: The Whole Life Approach to Learning Disabilities in Adult Literacy Settings
The "whole life" project is hosted by Literacy BC in partnership with the BC Coalition of People with Disabilities.
For more information or to register contact Debbie Denault by e-mail here at (with Community Conversation registration in the subject line please) or phone 604-792-0025 ext. 2434 or visit the website at: http://www.literacybc.ca/LDProject/home.htm
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