MA, Postdoctoral Fellow
Todd is a postdoctoral fellow in the Psychology Department at The Hospital for Sick Children and is a PhD candidate in clinical psychology at the University of Toronto. His research investigates the integration of assistive technology and learning strategies for children with learning disabilities and other academic difficulties. Currently Todd is investigating the cognitive and academic remediation for the toxic effects of treatment on paediatric cancer survivors. Todd has shared his knowledge regarding intervention with parents, students, educators, school boards and other professionals across Canada. In addition to hundreds of workshops, Todd has guest lectured at universities, given keynote addresses, presented at educational and research conferences and taught additional qualification courses at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) at the University of Toronto, Queen’s University and York University. Todd is currently teaching a course at the University of Toronto on adaptive and differentiated instruction for students experiencing learning difficulties in inclusive classrooms.
Areas of Expertise: Academic interventions, assistive technology, learning disabilities, clinical psychology