Workshops

Walk a Mile in My Shoes (WAMMS)

Scheduled as requested

  as requested

This popular workshop uses interactive simulations and exercises to raise awareness about Learning Disabilities.

Trained facilitators help participants to explore Learning Disabilities such as: Dysgraphia, Dyslexia, Dysnomia, Dyscalculia, ADHD, Visual-Perception, and others. Workshops can be tailored to groups large and small and are appropriate for children and adults. Perfect for Professional Development Days, volunteer training, classrooms, manager training and much more.

Call us today to find out more or download the booking request form.

Cost: $300

Executive Functioning: The Social Emotional Implications and Getting Unstuck

Saturday, April 29th, 2017

  Roundhouse Community Arts & Recreation Centre, 181 Roundhouse Mews Vancouver, BC V6Z 2W3

The Learning Disabilities Association of Vancouver is proud to bring together Dr. Charmaine Miranda and Dr. Kallista Bell from Compass Clinic to provide insight and support into the world of Executive Functioning.

Executive Functioning is often understood as the manager function of the brain. When we think manager, we think organizing and planning. However, there are social and emotional implications to executive functioning deficits. These can include a tendency to speak or act without thinking first, difficulty imagining and weighing consequences, and “rigid” or sticky thinking. Students with EF deficits often get labelled as “stubborn” or “black and white thinkers,” and their mistakes can be misunderstood as more intentional than they really are. In this talk, we will describe executive functioning and talk about the social-emotional implications as well as discuss some strategies for getting unstuck and learning to stop and think.

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Event

THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING THIS YEAR'S BASH!

October 26th, 2016

6:30 PM - 11:30 PM

  Imperial Vancouver - 319 Main Street, Vancouver, BC V6A 2S9

 

Thank you to everyone who attended, volunteered or sponsored this year’s Bash for Bright Futures! The evening marked another success for the LDAV and we could not continue to provide professional services to support children with Learning Disabilities without your help!

See you next year!

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