Learning Disabilities Month
October is more than just Thanksgiving and Halloween. Sure, it’s fun to eat turkey with all of the trimmings and then try and stuff ourselves into a costume two weeks later. But, October means much more to us. It marks Learning Disabilities Awareness Month. Every October, the Learning Disabilities Association of Nova Scotia, together with other LDA’s across Canada host events and raise awareness about Learning Disabilities.
Below are some of the things we’re working on for LD month. Keep your eyes on this page for updated information.
All Month Long
Hot Topics, which is an online message board found on this site will start during the month of October. The series will feature will be moderated by LDANS staff from week to week and the Hot Topics will be determined by current issues in the media, recent research, or suggested issues from parents and members. The purpose of Hot Topics is to engage members and stakeholders and empower them with facts about different types of Learning Disabilities.
Click here to register and have your say on a hot topic!! http://community.ldans.ca/
October 1, 2009
Art to Boot
7:00 – 9:00 p.m. at FRED Salon, 2606 Agricola St.
Formerly known as Boot It Up, this event is one the most unique fundraising events in Halifax.
October 15, 2009
Disability Tax Credit Information Session
7:00 – 8:30 p.m. – Maxine Tynes Room, Alderney Gate Public Library (60 Alderney Drive, Dartmouth)
This session, which will be hosted by a member of the Nova Scotia Tax Service Office is set-up to provide parents and guardians with up to date information about applying for tax credits which they are eligible for.