What is Learning Like for ME?: a Community Approach to Learning Disabilities

This resource contains information about a workshop on learning disabilities in adults for service providers in Haida Gwaii. A subsequently developed tool kit for practitioners covers different learning styles and available resources.

Developed by Beng Favreau, Literacy Haida Gwaii, as part of the Learning Disabilities and Whole Life Learning Project.

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