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Arrowsmith Program Research Update Presentation:
 Thursday March 14th 2019
in Vancouver, BC
*live stream link now available - read on for more information!
Eaton Arrowsmith and the founder of the Arrowsmith Program, Barbara Arrowsmith Young, are hosting an exciting Arrowsmith Program research update presentation at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, BC, Canada on Thursday March 14th 2019, 6:30pm-8:30pm PST.  This presentation will be similar to the event held on February 21st 2019 in New York, hosted by the Arrowsmith Program.  If you are interested in a recording of the February 21st 2019 presentation please click here and it will be sent to you when available.
 
Vancouver Event Details:
 
Date: Thursday, March 14th 2019
Time: 6:30pm to 8:30pm PST
REGISTER to attend in person:

https://arrowsmithprogramresearchupdatemarch2019vancouver.eventbrite.ca
*Please only sign up via Eventbrite if you intend to attend the event in person, as space is limited.

*Can't make it to the event in person? The presentation will be live streamed and available for viewing immediately afterwards.  Click the following link just before 6:30pm PST on March 14th 2019 to gain access to the presentation. This link also acts as a way to access a recording of this event, so even if you miss the live streamed presentation you can use the link to view the presentation at any time after it has finished. https://mediasite.audiovisual.ubc.ca/Mediasite/Play/bb7b0b9891b34649b2fbd66a56281a541d

 
What to expect on March 14th 2019, 6:30pm-8:30pm:
 
Dr. Greg Rose from Southern Illinois University, and Drs. Lara Boyd and Rachel Weber, both from University of British Columbia, will present their latest research about the Arrowsmith Program and its effectiveness. All three academic leaders are currently undertaking research projects into various aspects of the Arrowsmith Program and its outcomes, and this presentation will focus on the following aspects of their work:
 
* Behaviour relationships in children with learning disabilities – Dr Lara Boyd
* Benefits of Arrowsmith Training on Brain Connectivity and Neuropsychological Measures – Dr Greg Rose
* Neurocognitive and Behavioural Outcomes of the Arrowsmith Program – Dr Rachel Weber

Barbara Arrowsmith Young and the Eaton Arrowsmith team look forward to sharing this event with you on March 14th - either in person or via live stream! If you know others in your community who may also be interested in attending - either in person or virtually, please considering forwarding on this email, or sharing this information via the social media channels listed below.  Thank you!