Do you have an ADHD child who could benefit from you learning how to become a better advocate for them? Not ADHD specific but Advocacy is a very useful skill for an ADHD parent. You basically have to be your ADHD child’s advocate, no one else will be.

Facebook Page of the Advocacy In Action event.

EventBrite page with the tickets of the Advocacy In  Action – Workshop For BC Special Ed Parents by BCEdAccess 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM, Oct 7th, 2017


Pacific Autism Family Network

3688 Cessna Drive

Richmond, BC V7B 1C3

Cost $65. No Refunds.

“BC Parents of Special Needs Children – Action for Equitable Access to Education (BCEdAccess) are presenting a full day workshop for special ed parents.

Featuring a Key Note Address by Rick Moore. Rick Moore is a North Vancouver father who won a landmark court case that ruled the North Vancouver School District discriminated against his dyslexic son. At the heart of the case was what responsibility the school system bears to help students with special needs succeed. Rick and his family spent fifteen (15!) years going through legal process in order to set this important precedent.

Workshop topics will include:

Lindsay Waddell, Senior Associate at Moore Edgar Lyster – “Human Rights In The Public Education System”

Erika Cedillo and Pepe Duarte – “Building Constructive Relationships”

Theresa Grech, Clinical Counsellor/Educator – “Advocacy in Mental Health”

A parent panel discussion and Q&A session including Nicole Kaler, Bobbi Taylor, Jodie Wickens and Suzanne Perrault

There is plenty of free parking at the Pacific Autism Family Network in Richmond. Lunch and materials are included in the price. Please contact the organizer with any questions or concerns about this event.”

Advocacy in Action – Workshop For BC Special Ed Parents October 7th 2017 Richmond, BC

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