Walk a Mile in My Shoes

This experiential workshop uses simulations and exercises to raise awareness about learning differences and neurodiversity.

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Our Most Popular Workshop

Walk a Mile in My Shoes (WAMMS) equips you with knowledge and information about learning differences. It helps you support and advocate for people with learning differences. You can take what you learn from this workshop into schools, organizations, work, and the community.

Our trained facilitators guide you through a workshop on learning differences. You will learn about Dysgraphia, Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, ADHD, and Visual-Perception challenges. Through this workshop, you will learn how these differences may affect a person’s everyday life at home, work, and school.

Understand the emotional, social, and behavioural impact of learning differences.

Understand the overall impact of learning differences.

Identify effective strategies and approaches.

Understand terminology used to describe different learning disabilities.

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WAMMS for Adults

Walk a Mile in My Shoes (WAMMS) is for teachers, education assistants, learning support staff, parents, community groups, and businesses. It helps participants gain a deeper understanding of learning differences.

We do not recommend that children or teens attend this workshop. This gives adults space for open dialogue and questions. We can tailor this workshop for small and large groups. It is perfect for professional development days, volunteer training, parent nights, and more.

Workshop Details

This workshop ranges in price from $450 for nonprofits to $1000 for businesses. Please contact us to learn more.

  • Length of workshop is approximately 1.5 hours
  • Minimum of 10 participants
  • Can be delivered in person anywhere in the lower mainland or online anywhere in BC
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WAMMS for High School Students

We offer a high school student version of Walk a Mile in My Shoes. It helps youths aged 13 to 19 gain empathy and understanding. They learn to support and advocate for people with learning differences.

This workshop integrates concepts of social justice and advocacy for neurodivergent people. It is perfect for:

  • Students in leadership/mentorship programs
  • Teens preparing for volunteer or work experience
  • Teens taking courses related to education, psychology, and social justice.

Workshop Details

This workshop is $450. Please contact us to learn more.

  • Length of workshop is approximately 1 hour
  • Minimum of 10 participants
  • Can be delivered in person anywhere in the lower mainland or online anywhere in BC
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We offer workshops and professional development in:

Learning differences/disabilities

Inclusion/equity, and advocacy

Early years intervention

Transitions to school, high school, work, or higher education

Navigating IEPs and Psychoeducational Assessments as a parent/guardian

Supporting your child with a learning difference

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Contact us to learn how we can provide an unforgettable learning experience. Book a workshop or learn more now.