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HIDC: High Incidence Disabilities in Higher Education Conference

The High Incidence Disabilities Conference will focus on mental health, LD, ADHD and other topics common in transition to post-secondary education.

30-31 Mar 2017 at Marriott Courtyard Toronto, Toronto, Canada

Education & Learning, Psychology

HIDC: High Incidence Disabilities in Higher Education Conference 30-31 Mar 2017 Marriott Courtyard Toronto, Toronto, Canada
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              Welcome!

           

The Assessment and Resource Centres of Ontario (ARC’s: RARC and NOARC) are very excited to bring you another High Incidence Disabilities Conference at the newly renovated Marriott Courtyard hotel in downtown Toronto.


     The two day event (March 30 and 31 2017) will include several well respected and prominent keynote speakers in the fields of mental health, learning disabilities, and ADHD as well as breakout workshops from other field experts. The conference will highlight the transition to and life in post-secondary education for students with disabilities including a focus on mental health.   


     The ARC’s are grateful to the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development (formerly called the Ministry of Training Colleges and Universities), Mental Health Innovation Fund initiative which has made the conference possible.


HIDC Conference Approved for Continuing Education Credits!  The Northern Ontario Assessment and Resource Centre NOARC is approved by the Canadian Psychological Association to offer 11.5 continuing education for psychologists. The Northern Ontario Assessment and Resource Centre maintains responsibility for the program.

 

 

 

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              Welcome!

           

The Assessment and Resource Centres of Ontario (ARC’s: RARC and NOARC) are very excited to bring you another High Incidence Disabilities Conference at the newly renovated Marriott Courtyard hotel in downtown Toronto.


     The two day event (March 30 and 31 2017) will include several well respected and prominent keynote speakers in the fields of mental health, learning disabilities, and ADHD as well as breakout workshops from other field experts. The conference will highlight the transition to and life in post-secondary education for students with disabilities including a focus on mental health.   


     The ARC’s are grateful to the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development (formerly called the Ministry of Training Colleges and Universities), Mental Health Innovation Fund initiative which has made the conference possible.


HIDC Conference Approved for Continuing Education Credits!  The Northern Ontario Assessment and Resource Centre NOARC is approved by the Canadian Psychological Association to offer 11.5 continuing education for psychologists. The Northern Ontario Assessment and Resource Centre maintains responsibility for the program.

 

 

 



The Assessment and Resource Centres (ARC's) of Ontario:  the Northern Ontario Assessment and Resource Centre/Centre d'évaluation et de ressources du Nord de l'Ontario (NOARC, located at Cambrian College Sudbury) and the Regional Assessment and Resource Centre (RARC, located at Queen's University, Kingston), serve students transitioning to, or attending any publically-funded post-secondary institutions across Ontario.

The ARC's are funded by the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development (MAESD), formerly called the Ministry of Training Colleges and Universities (MTCU) of Ontario and were the result of the recommendations from the Learning Opportunities Task Force (1997-2002).


http://www.noarc-cerno.ca/English/AboutUs.html
http://www.noarc-cerno.ca/Francais/A-propos-de-nous.html


www.queensu.ca/rarc

When
From: March 30, 2017 08:30
To: March 31, 2017 16:30
Where

Marriott Courtyard Toronto, 475 Yonge St, M4Y 1X7, Toronto, Canada

Category

Education & Learning, Psychology

Contact email
rarcmat@queensu.ca

Contact phone
+1 613-533-6311

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