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Organization: Association francophone de parents d'enfants dyslexiques ou ayant tout autre trouble d'apprentissage  
Phone Numbers: 613-747-8000 ext 298, Cell 613-761-8850
Toll-Free: 1 877-742 3677 ext 298
Centre franco-ontarien de resseources pédagogiques (CFORP)
435 Donald St, Ste 205A
Ottawa, ON
K1K 4X5
Intersection: Frances St and St-Laurent Blvd
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Administration Mon-Wed 9 am-4:30 pm
Dates: School year
Executives: Anne Lacombe - President
Suzanne Paitich - Secretary
613-761-8850 *
Contacts: Suzanne Bonneville - Service Delivery Director and Spokesperson
Simone Saint-Pierre - Coordinator - Special Projects
613 747-8000 ext 407 *
Service Description: Francophone association for parents of dyslexic children and other learning disabilities

Provides information to parents and professionals about learning disabilities (dysphasia, dyspraxia, attention-deficit disorder (ADD)/attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)) * teaches and supports parents and francophone educators * encourages early detection of learning disabilities in order to assure that each child has the tools to succeed * informs about the symptoms linked to the different forms and levels of dislexia * explains the different teaching strategies and adaptive methods that can be used to help students at risk

  • conferences
  • videoconferences
  • webinars
  • information sessions and sharing
  • support to parents, in person, by phone or email
  • training for parents
  • training for teachers and educators
  • keeps members updated by sending out e-mails
  • produces lists of community organizations
  • represents parents and their children in diverse fields of education and early childhood education

Meeting: Call or visit the website for more information
Fees: Membership - $35/year
Application: An appointment is necessary * leave a message, email or visit the website for more information. A volunteer will return your call.
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: No restrictions * Members are parents, teachers and educators of dyslexic children or children with other learning disabilities * any person who has in mind the educational success of all francophone children
Languages: English ; French
Area(s) Served:
See Also: Learning Disabilities

This information was last completely updated on September 29, 2016

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