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Survival Skills for Parents: Building Great Working Relationships with your Child's Teacher

at Allendale Community League Hall

6330-105A Street
Edmonton, AB

Saturday, August 25, 2012

Starts: 9:30 AM
Ends: 11:30 AM

Categories: Workshops

The Session

For parents of children with special or exceptional learning needs, back to school can be an extremely stressful experience. In this practical session, participants will learn simple principles and steps they can use to build constructive and collaborative working relationships with teachers and instructional aides.

The Presenter

This session will be presented by Kathryn Burke, founder and editor of LDExperience.ca. Kathryn is anaccomplished education advocate and part time Executive Director of the Learning Disabilities Association of Alberta. Aconsultant and health care executive turned education advocate, Kathryn is the parent of a high school student with exceptional learning needs. She is the author of the bestselling book,An Accidental Advocate. She frequently appears on television and radio, commentingon special education reform and theneeds of students with exceptionalities.

Please Note: There is plenty of street parking by Allendale Community League Hall. The hall and the presentation are is a non-smoking area.


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