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A presentation by Diane Malbin
Date: October 29, 2013
Time: 9am to 4 pm
Place: Ramada Hotel and Conference Centre, 2170 Harvey Ave. Kelowna, BC
Refreshments and lunch provided.
Cost: Early Bird $105 and After September 15, 2013 $125.
To register go to: www.SD23.bc.ca>The Learning Center>eReg
For additional help registering, please contact: Julie.Quiting@sd23.bc.ca
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Many students with FASD have difficulty with processing and auditory pace. This video looks at the challenges associated with slow processing pace and provides samples of accommodations for the teacher to use.
This previously released video has been reformatted to allow viewing on mobile devices and through iTunes and Youtube.
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Classroom environment can have a positive and negative impact on learning for children with FASD. This video discusses strategies for managing classroom environment to support learners with FASD. This previously released video has been reformatted to allow viewing on mobile devices and through iTunes and Youtube. It also offers printable brochures with related classroom tips. To view, click here.
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“’Because" is a new, inspirational PSA that features seven people — not actors — with disabilities who are pursuing and realizing their goals and passions as a result of the support and encouragement they received from everyday people in their lives. The “Because” PSA challenges viewers to rethink how they perceive career prospects for youth with disabilities and to recognize that we all benefit when young people with disabilities are able to develop their skills and talents into successful careers.
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Findings from a new study from San Diego State University confirm the hypothesis that prenatal exposure to alcohol is associated with odor identification deficits. It suggests that further research is warranted to identify the mechanisms underlying these deficits, the integrity of brain areas that are involved, and to determine whether olfactory performance might contribute to better identification of children at risk for behavioral and cognitive deficits. Prenatal alcohol exposure can lead to behavioral and cognitive impairments across multiple domains. Many of the brain regions impacted by prenatal alcohol exposure are also linked with olfactory processing, and odor identification deficits have been documented in certain neurological disorders associated with these brain regions.
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