Tools for Transitions: A Counsellor’s Guide to Learning Disabilities, by E. Nichols, () LDA-Ontario. Employing People with Learning Disabilities is Good Business, by LDAC, () Nobody’s Perfect: An Employer’s Introduction to Learning Disabilities by E. Nichols, () LDA-Ontario. Learning Disabilities Association of Canada clitxxx.xyz In the summer of , the Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario partnered with the Community Research Co-Operative in order to measure awareness, perceptions and attitudes among Ontario residents towards learning disabilities.
provide information about learning disabilities, to assist adults within the community. Adult Support Group. This support group is open to adults who have or think they have a Learning Disability or AD(H)D. The group meets every other week on Monday evenings from p.m. Group meetings take place at the LDA Toronto office. Additionally they work with nonverbal learning disability, cognitive disability and reading difficulties in Ontario. These counsellors can help adults with learning disabilities as well as.
Our vision is a Canada where people with learning disabilities have equal opportunity to reach their potential and to thrive in their communities. To reach the Learning Disabilities Association of Canada located in Ottawa, Ontario please contact: [email protected] Follow us. and Adults with Learning Disabilities In Ontario in the late ’s, the Ontario government commissioned a seminal study of children’s early development (McCain & Mustard, ). One of the many observations in the study was a concern.