Dyslexia centre founder convicted in Quebec of assessing disorder without a licence (CBC News

14 July, 2017
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"A woman who operates a dyslexia centre in Ottawa has been convicted in Quebec of assessing mental disorders without the proper medical qualifications. Louise Brazeau-Ward was found guilty on Thursday in a Gatineau court on charges of diagnosing mental disorders without a licence and fined $1,500. The charges against Brazeau-Ward..." Continue reading.