Learning Disabilities Association of Oregon
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Upcoming Events and Seminars


Click Here for Flyer and Registration Information LDA Conference Symposium
Please join us at Symposium Coffee September 19th, 2015
from 3:00pm to 5:00 pm for coffee and desserts
as Oregon Learning Disabilities Association presents
peaker Paul J. Gerber Ph. D and author of the book
"Leaders, Visionaries, and Dreamers: Extraordinary
People with Learning Disabilities and Dyslexia."
Please visit our "Registration and Flyers" page for tickets
and brochure.

City of Portland Adaptive and Inclusive Recreation
Recreation activities and leisure services for children
teens and adults, Portland Parks & Recreation,
 
www.portlandonline.com/parks (search for “Inclusive”),
 503-823-4328


Camp Rivendale

Day camps for children with disabilities ages
 6 and above, Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District,
 
503-629-6355

Camp Easter Seals
Residential camp for people with disabilities ages 7 and
above, Easter Seals Oregon
, camp@or.easterseals.com
   503-228-5108

Mt. Hood Kiwanis Camp
Weeklong residential summer camps for people with
disabilities ages 9 and above, Mt. Hood Kiwanis,
 kathy@mhkc.org, 971-230-2923


Warm Water Aquatic Program

Swimming lessons and recreation,
Easter Seals Oregon,
503-223-6840




  







 

 

 

 

 


A DAY WITH PORTLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS: TWO WORKSHOPS "Math Difficulties Pre-K - 12th" and "English Language Learners" When: Friday, April 10, 2015 Cost: FREE to LDA Members Workshop #1: "Mathematical Learning Difficulties in School Age Children" This workshop will focus on the primary characteristics of school-age children (mostly elementary and middle school, with implications for high school who have mathematical learning difficulties. The objective of this workshop is to familiarize the participants with the cognitive and environmental contributions to mathematical difficulties, particularly those that can be targeted for child assessment, instruction, or teacher preparation. These objectives will be achieved through lecture, limited video reviews, and a discussion of select cases and research findings.
Activities For Students with Disabilities:

City of Portland Adaptive and Inclusive Recreation
Recreation activities and leisure services for children, teens and adults, Portland Parks & Recreationwww.portlandonline.com/parks (search for “Inclusive”), 503-823-4328

Camp Rivendale
Day camps for children with disabilities ages 6 and above, Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District, 503-629-6355

Camp Easter Seals
Residential camp for people with disabilities ages 7 and above, Easter Seals Oregon, camp@or.easterseals.com, 503-228-5108

Mt. Hood Kiwanis Camp
Weeklong residential summer camps for people with disabilities ages 9 and above, Mt. Hood Kiwanis, kathy@mhkc.org, 971-230-2923

Warm Water Aquatic Program
Swimming lessons and recreation, Easter Seals Oregon, 503-223-6840




  







 

 

 

 

 

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