Addressing learning disabilities with the medicine wheel

This video shows how the Ts-zil Learning Centre uses the four elements of the medicine wheel to address the needs of First Nations students with learning disabilities.

This was created by Lisa Fisher & Barb Busalacchi as part of the Learning Disabilities & Whole Life Learning project.

Permission is granted for non-commercial educational use.

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