Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is a term used to describe a spectrum of learning and behavioural and socialization differences. The negative impact of ADHD within schools, families and on our society can be highly significant unless proactive systems and strategies for effective teaching and management are introduced and adapted for specific individuals.
This full day course will enlighten delegates on the causes and prevalence of attention difficulties, as well as prepare all with hands-on, practical and research-based tools to support and deliver a range of options for inclusive education and to meet the needs of children and young persons with ADHD and co-existing conditions.
This conference is suitable for educators and parents!
REACH OG Learning Centre is proud to be the leading provider of accredited OG training in Canada. Our OG training courses have been subject to rigorous peer review and have been recognized and accredited by both the Canadian and American OG professional academies (CATT, OG and AOGPE) and align with standards set out for the training of dyslexia specialists by the International Dyslexia Association (IDA), the National Reading Panel, as well as requirements by provincial Ministries of Education (OGCE). The OG training curricula delivered through REACH OG Learning Centres has been developed by our Executive Director, Corey Zylstra, M.Ed. Corey is recognized and accredited as an Orton-Gillingham Master Trainer for the Canadian Orton-Gillingham Academy (MT/CATT, OG), an Honorary Fellow of the American OG Academy (HF/AOGPE) and as a Certified Dyslexia Therapist through the International Dyslexia Association (CDT/IDA). We offer training for hundreds of teachers each year in multiple locations in Canada and in several countries around the world. We work with schools, districts and universities to ensure quality, professional, accredited OG training.
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