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Organization: Learning Disabilities Association of Halton - Burlington  
Phone Numbers: 905-333-1977
Email: info@ldahalton.ca
Website: www.ldahalton.ca
Address:
Rotary Youth Building (top floor)
560 Guelph Line
Burlington, ON
L7R 3M4
Intersection: New St and Guelph Line
Location: Burlington (City Centre)
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Tue-Sat * Walk-in hours vary
Contacts: Alison Brindle - Board President
Katie Jacobs - Executive Director
Service Description: Association that provides services and supports to people with learning disabilities (LD) or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)/attention deficit disorder (ADD), and their families

Learning disabilities affect the way in which a person takes in, remembers, understands and expresses information. Living with a learning disability can have an ongoing impact on friendships, school, work, self-esteem and daily life.academic support and/or tutoring
  • advocacy
  • assistive technologies programs
  • children's groups
  • community seminars and/or workshops
  • information and referral
  • parent groups
  • resource centre/lending library
  • social skills programs
  • instructional remediation
  • beginner keyboarding classes
  • reading rocks
  • social skills

  • Social Skills Training - Social and recreational activities for people with learning disabilities * aims to build self-esteem and confidence, help overcome social barriers to learning, and develop positive peer relationships

    Assistive (or Adaptive) Technologies (AT) - Tools, products, and devices that make particular functions easier or possible to perform for people with particular or specific disabilities * include screen readers, alternative keyboards, head pointing devices, voice recognition software, and screen magnification software

Fees: set fee * lecture series workshops is sometimes free * parent support is free initially
Application: Membership applications can be completed online * paper application can also be submitted in person with cheque/cash.
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: People identified as having learning disabilities or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and their families
Languages: English
Area(s) Served:
Burlington and Halton Region  
See Also: Advocacy and Social Action for People with Disabilities
Learning Disabilities

This information was last completely updated on December 1, 2017

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Updated December 1, 2017
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About Us
A charitable organization focused on supporting, educating and delivering services to families, children, youths and adults with learning disabilities within Halton and positively impacting their lives