School Presentations &
Community Workshops

Workshops and presentations are tailor-made to meet the needs of each group. Methods are aligned with goals, topic, and audience and include simulations, interactive exercises, role-playing, visual aids and direct instruction.

SFL presentations and workshops have been engaged by various educational institutions including the Learning Disabilities Association Toronto District, “AccessAbility” services at the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus along with Toronto district non-profit and public schools.​

SFL presentations and workshops are carefully designed to teach the social, emotional, behavioural and executive skills that develop social-emotional intelligence and optimize well-being.

Executive function skills. 16 week training program for students between the ages of 10-12, Dunblaine Private School, Toronto, Ontario.​

Family strategies to achieve social, emotional and behavioural well-being. Workshop for parents with school-age children, Swansea Public School, Toronto, Ontario.

Helping your child succeed in school. Workshop for parents with school-age children, Vradenberg St. Public School, Toronto, Ontario.

Bully prevention workshop. Workshop for parents with school-age children, Church St. Public School, Toronto, Ontario.

The social side of anaphylaxis. Presentation for the Toronto Anaphylaxis Education Group, Toronto, Ontario.

All bases covered. Workshop series for parents and educators. Learning Disabilities association, Toronto District, North York, Ontario.

Parent Group. Workshop series for parents with children with learning disabilities and/or attention deficits. Learning Disabilities association, Toronto District, North York, Ontario.