Classroom Educator Training - Parent Participation

Parents are invited to apply to our "Parent Participation of CE AOGPE training". Parents may attend all (or a few) of the 4 days of training (discounted from $800 value) in order to help their child by developing an understanding of Orton-Gillingham and dyslexia. Applicant award will be based upon:

  • financial situation
  • family context
  • your child(ren)'s needs
  • ability to advocate
  • Canadian resident only

DEADLINE - one month prior to Classroom Educator Training

Please send application to readinglearningclinicmanitoba @gmail.com

or contact 204 451 2112 for more details.

The Reading and Learning Clinic of Manitoba believes in the power of families to be informed and knowledgeable in order to support our students with dyslexia. To this end, we reserve one seat (discounted from $800 value) for one parent to attend our Classroom Educator courses on an application process.

First Recipient of the Annual Parent Scholarship

July 2019

Jazmin is a wife and mom of 4 wonderful kids. She is a committed mom who is determined to support her children in any way possible for them to reach their potential and be the best that they can be. The Reading and Learning Clinic of Manitoba is thrilled to be able to help support Jazmin in her journey.

Parent Recipient October 2019

My name is Kathy and I am the proud mother of two incredible and busy teenagers. My husband and I have watched our son struggle with reading, writing and reading comprehension for most of his school years. Homework was one argument after another, which often ended with us telling him to try harder, and him throwing up his hands saying he was just "stupid" and "it was good enough". When we heard a diagnosis of Dyslexia and Dysgraphia as he entered grade 10, we were both angry and relieved; angry at a school system that let this go without assistance for years, relieved that we now knew what we were dealing with, that David now KNOWS he's not "stupid". Although I am optimistic about his learning future, I am a realist and am very aware that he doesn't have many years left before graduation.

I am very grateful to the Reading and Learning Clinic of Manitoba for including me in this course. Being a part of this program will provide me with the skills/knowledge to better help our son figure out how best he learns, advocate for what he needs at school to assist him, and ultimately, help him recognize his own potential, in order that he again embraces the idea that he can do anything he wants to do when "he grows up". Thank you Valdine.

Thank you again for the opportunity!