Learning Disabilities Association of Manitoba celebrates its fourth year of offering the Arrowsmith Program to Manitobans. The experience – and the results – continue to be amazing!
If you are curious about results that change the lives of children and adults overcoming learning disabilities, join us for the Arrowsmith Program Open House on Thursday, November 17th 2016.
The Open House is your opportunity to see how the program helps to transform struggling learners into confident contributors, by strengthening weak areas of the brain through intense, targeted cognitive areas through customized exercises in children 7 years and older, youth and adults. You’ll meet the Arrowsmith teacher and other parents whose families have benefited from participation in the program.
Because we have room for a few new students in January 2017, we invite you to click here for more information LDAM Arrowsmith Open House on Nov 17th 2016, including answers to Frequently Asked Questions about how the Arrowsmith Program transforms lives. If you are considering registering your child, youth, or yourself for the January 2016 or September 2017, please call to connect and to register for this life-changing first step – a short introductory information session.
Location: 617 Erin Street in Winnipeg
To register please call: 204-774-1821 extension 14.
Agenda: The evening starts at 7:00 pm and ends at 9:00 pm. There will be a presentation at 7:30 pm.
LDA Manitoba Arrowsmith Coordinator Cher Benoit will present, and some of the parents of returning students will also attend. This is your chance to get a deeper understanding of how the program will work for your child, youth or self.
Learn about neuroplasticity and how it is engaged in the Arrowsmith Program by strengthening specific underlying cognitive areas of the brain that are weak, making learning difficult or blocking progress.
The Arrowsmith Program also includes a comprehensive assessment as the basis of individualized programming, which occurs after full program registration is complete.
More background information about how the LDA Manitoba Arrowsmith Program transforms struggling learners into confident contributers is available here: One pager – Re Arrowsmith 2016