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!
Don’t miss this year’s exciting line up of speakers at the Learning Disabilities Association of Wellington County’s 7th Annual Family Conference! It is being held virtually and is FREE to attend, but registration is required. The theme this year will be social skills and learning disabilities. Keynote speaker will be world-renowned author and presenter, Rick Lavoie. The day will include two breakout sessions with your choice of speakers to choose from. For more information, check … Continue reading LDAWC- 7th Annual Family Conference
If you haven’t already heard…world renowned speaker, Rick Lavoie, will be presenting at our Family Conference in October. We are thrilled to have him join us to present “Last one picked, first one picked on… Ten ways that parents and teachers can improve kids’ social skills”. Rick not only gives outstanding presentations but he is a consultant and writer as well and I was thrilled to find this article to share with you. “The Teacher’s … Continue reading Developing Your Child’s Social Skills
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
Teachers and parents alike sometimes struggle to find tools that help children develop their social skills. Let’s face it, these are skills that many of us take for granted. For a lot of us, social skills come easy. We jump in and out of conversations, we can read people’s faces and body language and we can understand when people are being sarcastic or sincere in their tone. For those that struggle with social skills, it’s … Continue reading Let’s Work on our Social Skills