Learning and networking event about parents with learning difficulties
The Family and Disability Studies Initiative at the University of Alberta presents “Support Needs and Service Pathways for Parents with Learning Difficulties”. This is a free event for those working with or advocating for parents with intellectual or borderline intellectual disabilities. Parents are welcome to register too.
Hear about the latest research on parents and parenting with learning difficulties. Learn about the Support Needs and Service Pathways Project. Participate in a policy and practice issues forum: Building capacity across sectors to better support parents with learning difficulties and their children. Network with policy makers, researchers and practitioners in the field.
August 21st, 2018
10:00am – 4:00pm
Corbett Hall, University of Alberta | 8205 114 Street, Edmonton, Alberta | Click for map
David McConnell, PhD
Professor and director, Dept. of Occupational Therapy
Family and Disability Studies Initiative, University of Alberta
Traci LaLiberte, PhD
Professor and executive director, School of Social Work
Center for Advanced Studies in Child Welfare, University of Minnesota
Founder and director, Neighbourhood Bridges
Laura Pacheco, PhD
Acting director, Special Parenting Service
Montreal West Island Integrate University Health and Social Services Centre
This event is free to attend and lunch and snacks will be provided.
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