Keyboarding is one of the most important skills for students to learn. Our program is an effective way to learn & improve on typing skills. 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, reduced … Continue reading LDAWC-Typing Program
This October, Learning Disabilities Association of Wellington County will be welcoming keynote speaker Rick Lavoie to our 7th Annual Family Conference. This virtual conference is a great day of outstanding guest speakers and we are particularly excited about the addition of Rick Lavoie to kick the day off. He is a terrific speaker who easily engages his audience with his presentations. To give you a peek into what is coming, we invite you to check … Continue reading Social Skills and LD- Rick Lavoie
Dyscalculia is a learning disability in math. Those who have dyscalculia have difficulties with math, math concepts and tasks. This can be concerning when you think about how often we use math, for example, when telling time or estimating time or distance, counting out change or even sorting out concepts such as smallest to biggest. This week, again from Understood.org, we look at dyscalculia through the eyes of a professional (Dr. Daniel Ansari), a grandmother … Continue reading What is Dyscalculia?
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