Cellfield Canada President Ingrid Poupart is pleased to announce the launch of the French language version of the Cellfield intervention computerized program, designed to help children and young adults with dyslexia, difficulties with reading and/or comprehension skills, concentration, tiredness or discomfort induced by reading.
The launch will take place at an event in Montreal, Quebec on September 30, 2014, at Hotel Ruby Foo’s on Décarie Boulevard. The event will be hosted by Madame Michelle Vaudrin, Founding President of Vaudrin Academy and Founder of NeuroEducation Canada and will feature special guest speakers including Cellfield Founder & Creator, Mr. Dimitri Caplygin BSc , Engineering Merit, University of New South Wales , in Montreal from Southport, Australia; Madame Rina Gupta, Ph.D., Child Psychologist, Ordre des Psychologues du Québec; Madame Lucie Montpetit, BSc., (Occupational Therapy), Teacher of the Padovan Method of Neurofunctional Reorganisation, l’Ordre des ergothérapeutes du Québec (OEQ) will speak about how Cellfield targets the eyes; and testimonials from parents Madame Deborah Nakache, French Teacher/Master of Education, Teaching French, and Madame Erin Stashin, Medical Meeting Facilitator and Educational Program Developer/Master of Education, Education Technology.
Mrs. Poupart has anticipated the French language version of the program since she launched Cellfield in Canada, and specifically in response to a demand from the French speaking population in Quebec. It is also to address needs of those with difficulties in learning a new language. This is something she witnessed first hand as an educator and on a personal level.
Event: Launch of the French language Cellfield Program
Date: Tuesday September 30th, 2014
Location: Hotel Ruby Foo’s, 7655 Décarie Boul, Montréal, QC (514) 731-7701 Room: Shanghai AB
Cost: Free & open to the public
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1:00 -3:00 pm: English Language Event about Cellfield & Dyslexia. Special guest speakers:
- Mr. Dimitri Caplygin, BSc, Cellfield Founder & Inventor, Engineering Merit, University of New South Wales: “Brain Training versus Tutoring: Why and When?”
- Mrs. Ingrid Poupart, President, Cellfield Canada: “Being Dyslexic: What Does it Feel Like?”
6:30 pm: Launch of French language Cellfield Program (French & English Language Event)
Host: Mme Michelle Vaudrin, Founding President of Vaudrin Academy and Founder of NeuroEducation Canada
Special Guest Speakers:
- Mr. Dimitri Caplygin BSc., Cellfield Founder & Creator, Engineering Merit, University of New South Wales
- Madame Rina Gupta, Ph.D., Child Psychologist, Ordre des Psychologues de Québec, will speak about Dyslexia
- Madame Lucie Montpetit, BSc., (Occupational Therapy), Teacher of the Padovan Method of Neurofunctional Reorganisation, l’Ordre des ergothérapeutes du Québec (OEQ), will speak about how Cellfield targets the eyes
- Parent Testimonial: Madame Deborah Nakache, French Teacher, M. Ed. Teaching French
- Parent Testimonial: Madame Erin Stashin, Medical Meeting Facilitator and Educational Program Developer, M.Ed. Education Technology
Cellfield is a Southport, Queensland, Australian company created and founded by Dimitri Caplygin. Cellfield was launched in Canada in March 2010, by Ingrid Poupart, a long standing Montreal educator, and former president of Stepping Up Resource Centre Inc. The Cellfield program uses computer science based modules that essentially change how the brain is used during reading. Following the Cellfield reading program, the brain is rewired using a triple focus approach on the auditory, the visual, and the auditory-to-visual relationships, so that during reading, brain activity begins to resemble that of fluent readers. Mrs. Poupart reports remarkably positive, quick, often astonishing results and improvements with the Cellfield program. Participants are mostly children with a variety of individual reading needs and circumstances that has also included children with cerebral palsy and autism.
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Cellfield Canada President Ingrid Poupart is a long time educator with over 25 years in Montreal’s public school system. In 2000, Mrs. Poupart founded and introduced the Stepping Up Program and Stepping Up Resource Centre. As the mother of a dyslexic child, Ingrid related to the parents and the children who struggled with reading and other learning difficulties. In 2009, she discovered the Cellfield program and pursued a license to operate the program in Montreal. She has since acquired the rights to promote the Cellfield program across Canada. The Cellfield program is now offered in 12 centres across Canada including British Colombia and Ontario. www.cellfield.ca
Cellfield Pty Ltd. is a Southport, Queensland, Australian company created and founded by Dimitri Caplygin. The Cellfield program’s multi-causal brain plasticity design enhances processing speeds and an expansion of peripheral vision. This allows much of the reading process to take place in peripheral vision, so that a sentence can be confirmed, without being forgotten by the time it is in central vision. www.cellfield.com
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