This is a last call for our virtual LDAWC Family Conference being held this Saturday, October 16th. It is going to be filled with amazing speakers, presenting timely topics and professional insight. The day includes special guest keynote speaker, consultant and author, Rick Lavoie. It also includes a presentation by Dr. John McNamara and two break-out sessions where you get to choose from some incredible speakers. Check out our session speakers here and be sure … Continue reading This Saturday’s Event is Going to be Amazing!
As we mentioned last week, our LDAWC Family Conference will be on Saturday, October 16th, 2021. This year’s theme is on social skills and will be held virtually so you will be able to enjoy it from the comfort of your home, with cozy slippers on and coffee in hand. The conference will begin at 9:00 am and include several fantastic speakers, including world renowned speaker, consultant and author, Rick Lavoie. The speakers and topics … Continue reading Have You Registered Yet?
We are absolutely thrilled to present our LDAWC Family Conference on Saturday, October 16th, 2021. This year’s theme is on social skills (timely given the pandemic we are coming out of) and will be held virtually so you will be able to enjoy it from the comfort of your home. The conference will begin at 9:00 am and include several fantastic speakers, including world renowned speaker, consultant and author, Rick Lavoie. It is a FREE … Continue reading 7th Annual LDAWC Family Conference
Keyboarding is one of the most important skills for students to learn. Our program is an effective way to learn & improve on typing skills. What: The LDAWC Typing Program offers a fun way to learn how to type as well as to improve typing skills. Keyboarding means being able to type with speed and accuracy, without needing to look down at your hands on the keyboard, and this has many benefits including reduced fatigue, … Continue reading LDAWC-Typing Program
This week we want to help teachers prepare for the upcoming school year with a video on how they can support the students who may be showing signs of Dysgraphia. It’s the perfect time for teachers to think about ways they will support their students in September. Things like larger pencils or pencils with special grips, speech to text software, computers and even additional time to complete written work. Why is this important? Because when … Continue reading Supporting Students with Dysgraphia