Workshop #3: The Social Impact of Learning Disabilities

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Danforth Collegiate and Technical Institute

800 Greenwood Avenue

Toronto, ON M4J 4B7

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Walking a Mile in Their Shoes: Helping Parents to a Better Understanding of Learning Challenges.

Through a Parent Reaching Out Grant, the Danforth CTI School Council, in partnership with the Integra Program of the Child Development Institute, is pleased to welcome staff, students, parents and neighbouring schools to a four-part workshop series exploring learning needs, challenges, and tools for supporting student success.

Workshop #3: The Social Impact of Learning Disabilities

High school years can be stressful socially for teens. In this workshop, we will discuss why students with learning disabilities have a particular risk of social challenges with peers. Participants will gain an understanding of social competence and explore strategies for supporting students in learning important social skills for everyday life.

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What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

Danforth Collegiate and Technical Institute is located at 800 Greenwood Ave., two blocks west of the Greenwood subway station. Limited on-street parking is available along Strathmore on the south side of the school and Glebeholme on the north side.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Contact Danforth CTI School Council by e-mail: DCTI.SchoolCouncil [at] tdsb.on.ca

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

Ticketing is free and primarily for planning purposes. You do not need to bring a printed ticket to the event.

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Danforth Collegiate and Technical Institute

800 Greenwood Avenue

Toronto, ON M4J 4B7

Canada

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Parents and caregivers of Danforth Collegiate and Technical Institute students working together to build stronger home to school connections, community engagement and student success.

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