Learning Disabilities: Learning from the Source portrays the voice of experience. Eight diverse people with learning disabilities are profiled. Each person effectively communicates wisdom, shares memories, experiences, goals, dreams and smiles as they invite you into their lives. Two staff, an instructor and case manager, model their knowledge and professionalism as they assist people with learning disabilities in school and at work.
Learning from the Source
Commissioned by the National Institute for Literacy (NIFL), this video helps train professionals to recognize learning disabilities, as well as helping those who have learning disabilities understand theyre not alone.
WDC planner Beth Blanchard said this project grew out of successful staff trainings across the country focusing on learning disabilities in an employment setting.
To order a copy of this 56 minute video contact:
Workforce Development Council of Seattle-King County
2003 Western Ave Ste 250
Seattle WA 98121-2162
questions to Beth Blanchard: firstname.lastname@example.org
Order Form-PDFwith Purchase Orders may be faxed to: 206.448.0484
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