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Association francophone des troubles d'apprentissage

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Contact Information
Office Phone 613-604-2845
E-Mail dg@afped.ca
Website www.afped.ca
Primary Contact Suzanne Bonneville, Founder, Executive Director; Phone: 613-604-8407
Alternate Contact Lynne Carter, President; Email: ga.afped@gmail.com
Primary Executive Lynne Carter, President
Alternate Executive Suzanne Paitich, Manager; Email: suzanne.paitich@gmail.com
Address & Map
Orleans-Cumberland Community Resource Centre
240 Centrum Blvd, Unit 105
Ottawa, ON K1E 3J4
 
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Mailing Address c/o AFPED+
Physical Access Fully Accessible
Description & Services
Description (Service) Francophone association for parents of dyslexic children and other learning disabilities

Provides information to parents and professionals about learning disabilities (dyslexia, dysorthographia, dyspraxia, dysphrasia, attention-deficit disorder (ADD)/attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)) * teaches and supports parents and francophone educators * encourages early detection of learning disabilities in order to assure that each child has the tools to succeed * informs about the symptoms linked to the different forms and levels of dyslexia and attention deficit with or without hyperactivity * explains the different teaching strategies and adaptive methods that can be used to help students at risk * advocate for the participation, engagement of parents in their child's education

Activities:
* conferences
* information sessions and sharing
* support to parents, in person, by phone or email
* training for parents
* keeps members updated via email, website, Facebook page
* produces lists of community organizations
* represents parents and their children in different fields in education and early childhood education

NOTE: Conferences, information sessions and trainings are not broadcast in this region. Participants must come in person. For all other regions, information is shared via email, phone, Mailchimp.
Hours Variable * All work is done by volunteers * Aug 25 -Jun 20 
In-person support: Mon-Thu by appointment 
Telephone, email support: Mon-Sun evenings and weekends 
Meetings: Call or visit the website for more information
Areas Served Ontario - Email, telephone ; Ottawa
Eligibility No restrictions * Members are parents, teachers and educators of dyslexic children or children with other learning disabilities * any person who has in mind the childrens' educational and personal success
Application An appointment is necessary * leave a message, email or visit the website for more information. A volunteer will return your call or reply to your email.
Languages English ; French
Fees Membership - $35/year (2019) ; Service - Vary by service for non-members
Bus Route Notes OC Transpo OC Travel Planner or Route Timetable
Other Details
Social Media Facebook Facebook: www.facebook.com/AFPED/
Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Established 1998
Funding Donations - Charitable Registration Number: 898998521 RR0001 ; Membership fees
Elections The Board of Directors is elected.
Print Material Print materials from the website.
Date Updated 04 Nov 2019
Subjects
Service Categories Disease/Disability Information ~ Learning Disabilities ~ Francophone Community ; Peer to Peer Networking ~ Learning Disabilities ~ Francophone Community ~ Families/Friends of People with Disabilities ; Specialized Information and Referral ~ Learning Disabilities ~ Francophone Community ; Subject Specific Public Awareness/Education ~ Learning Disabilities ~ Francophone Community

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