Tata Interactive Systems Set to Repeat Success

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<p> <strong>London &mdash; Oct. 9</strong><br />Following up on the popularity and success of the Tata Interactive Learning Disability Forum (TLDF) last year, Tata Interactive Systems (TIS), a worldwide provider of custom e-learning design/development and organizational performance improvement, is hosting the second-annual TLDF, a unique global symposium on learning disabilities. </p><p>Last year&rsquo;s TLDF attracted delegates from around the world and included pediatricians, psychiatrists, instructional designers and special needs educators, as well as parents of children with learning difficulties.</p><p>Conducted in association with the LTMG Hospital, the event will be Nov. 27 in Mumbai, India.  <br /><br />&ldquo;While the TLDF 2006 successfully spread awareness around the issue of learning disabilities, TLDF 2007 takes it forward by focusing on multidisciplinary approaches to learning disabilities certification and remedial interventions,&rdquo; TIS CEO Sanjaya Sharma said. &ldquo;The aim is to involve the different levels &mdash; schools, counselors, parents, hospitals and so on &mdash; and bring them together in an attempt to recognize and support children with learning disabilities by making the learning disabilities certification process more efficient and working on remedial interventions with children who have learning disabilities.&rdquo;<br /><br />Among the last conference&rsquo;s findings were that technology, especially computers, being nonjudgmental and fast, could aid children with learning disablities to learn because they allow them to practise their lessons and, by giving them the control over that learning, can also empower the children to learn.<br /><br />&ldquo;And while experts can tell us what needs to be done, TIS can actually make it happen by bringing its project management approach to the challenge,&rdquo; Sharma said.</p>

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