Faculty of Academic & Career Preparation is running a
Literacy Course for Adults with Intellectual Disabilities
Students with intellectual disabilities will learn and develop reading comprehension, social skills, financial math, and computer skills. An Individualized Learning Plan (ILP) will be developed based on the student's self-identified goals and the results of the student's entrance assessment. Students will work in small groups, one-on-one with the instructor or tutor, and independently on a curriculum designed to meet the goals of their ILP.
This course is offered for those who are able to interact, attend classes and manage the campus independently. An academic assessment and interview will be part of the application process.
*The LCOM Fact Sheet will provide further information about the course content, eligibility criteria and assessment and interview process.
For more information please contact email@example.com or telephone 604.599.2321.