Webinar Description



The preschool years are a crucial phase of child development that impacts a child's successful transition to kindergarten. Early Childhood Professionals, including ECE's play a vital role in helping families notice a child's challenges and find the support they may need as they transition to other education settings. 

These challenges include:

  • early literacy
  • numeracy
  • speech and language acquisition
  • physical literacy


This workshop covers key aspects of child development and learning and gives early childhood educators tools to help families seek further support.


PLEASE NOTE

  • This is a live one hour webinar
  • When you register you will receive an email confirmation.
  • We will send you the webinar link closer to the date of the live webinar.
  • This webinar will be recorded and made available for 6 months only (until May 28, 2024).
  • Certificates of completion will be available for those who attend and complete in full.


The content in this recording is the intellectual property of the LDS (Learning Disabilities Society). 




A Thank You

We are so grateful for this collaboration with the LDS (Learning Disabilities Society) to be able to provide this workshop for preschool teachers, educators, home child care providers, out of school care educators, managers/supervisors and administrators.



LDS (Learning Disabilities Society) is a growing, innovative, research-based nonprofit charity. We serve children, youth and adults with diagnosed or suspected learning differences like ADHD and dyslexia.    

LDS offers individualized, evidence-based programs that target each student’s learning needs. These programs are available online, in our Learning Centres, schools, and our mobile classroom.   

Giving students the support they need when they need it leads to better life and learning outcomes. We provide affordable programs so that all students can get the expert instruction they need. LDS students are developing confidence, meeting goals and realizing their full potential.

Webinar Session

    1. Welcome with Ana

    2. Introduction

    3. Webinar Session

    4. Important for Certificates

    5. Get Your Certificate

About this Webinar

  • Free
  • 1 hour
  • Certificate of Completion

About the Instructor

Lead Instructor & Early RISErs Program Manager Marlo Humiski

Marlo (she/her) is an engaging and inclusive educator who has over eight years of experience with children in educational programs. She holds a Master of Arts in Children’s Literature from the University of British Columbia, a multidisciplinary program that draws from the departments of Education, Language and Literacy Education, English, and Library Science. Marlo’s enthusiastic approach to education stems from years of volunteering with various children’s organizations, including the Winnipeg Public Library, Vancouver Public Library, and the children’s hospitals in both Winnipeg and British Columbia. Marlo has extensive experience and a passion for working with preschool and elementary school aged children and is the Lead Instructor for LDS’s Early RISErs program in addition to supporting a wide range of learners in one-to-one literacy and numeracy instruction. Marlo believes every learner is unique and that celebrating our differences makes us stronger.

Early Intervention and Support for Preschoolers

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Is this professional development live or self paced?

    This is a live webinar and the recording will be up for 6 months only!

  • How long will this Professional Development be available?

    6 months only (May 28, 2024)

  • What technology do I need?

    You need a device with a screen, audio and internet. You can use a laptop, iPad, tab or phone. You can also access all course material through the thinkific app.

  • Can I get a receipt or confirmation?

    Once you register you will see a confirmation webpage and you will receive a receipt email. If you need a more detailed receipt please contact us.

  • Can I get a refund or credit after purchase?

    No refund or credit is provided once the workshop is purchased. It is up to the participant to go through the material at their own pace. If you are unsatisfied with the material please contact the instructor directly.

  • Will I get a certificate of completion?

    Yes, certificates will be available automatically upon completion of the workshop. We keep record and track participation of all who register.

  • How do I replace a lost certificate?

    Remember to download your certificate and any resources. If you lose your certificate, just contact us and we provide you with a new one.

  • Will this professional development be accepted by the ECE registry in my province or state?

    Ultimately it is up to the participant to ensure this workshop would be accepted by the ECE authority in their province or state. Each certificate of completion will include our contact information so that we can support educators to get their professional development hours. PLEASE COMPLETE ALL MATERIALS IN FULL. You must complete all the materials in full and answer all questions so that we can ethically verify your certificate with any ECE registry.

  • Who do I contact for help?

    Email [email protected] for support and we will get back to you as soon as possible.