Workshop & Presentations

CanLearn Society offers workshops and presentations in the areas of learning disabilities and Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).

Workshops and Presentations

CanLearn Society offers workshops and presentations on a variety of topics. We are happy to share our knowledge and expertise in the areas of literacy development, learning disabilities and Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).

  • Canadian Psychologists Association: Continuing Education Credits for Psychologists (Approved)
  • PD Workshops: These workshops can be booked for teachers and other professionals. The workshops can include requests for specific topics. For example, ADHD in the Classroom.


ADHD Awareness

CanLearn provides opportunities for parents to attend Myths and Misinformation: Demystifying Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder for Parents.

Learn about:

  • What ADHD is
  • What ADHD is not
  • What to do if you think your child has ADHD.

Your child has been diagnosed with ADHD – now what?

  • Strategies for home
  • Communicating with teachers.

Workshops and Presentations

Workshops and presentations can be tailored to your needs and for multiple audiences. Length can be one to four hours.

Some examples include:

  • Learning Disabilities in High School
  • Understanding and Supporting Students with ADHD in the Elementary Classroom
  • How to Teach Your Student Social Skills in the Classroom

For Elementary School Teachers:

  • Learn new strategies and tools you can use right away to enhance students’ positive behaviours, emotional regulation, relationship skills and self-esteem.

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Have questions? Need more information?

Call us now at 403-686-9300 ext. 126.

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Searching for Words: A Woman's Fight to Learn

Colleen Smereka spent the first 22 years of her life pretending. In her words, she spent her life hiding – until she was diagnosed with a learning disability. After getting the help she needed, Colleen is now an advocate for those dealing with this invisible disability.