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OUR COVID-19 RESPONSE

To our clients and the members of the community:

In light of the global response to COVID-19 and in observance of government and public health related guidance, LDAO would like to confirm our commitment to continued service delivery while balancing the health, safety and well-being of all our clients, participants, volunteers and employees.

Please be advised that our online workshops remains active. We will continue to provide our online services through remote access channels (email and online methods).

There may be a delay on shipping with physical products that are bought through our online store due to COVID-19.

Thank you for your continued support and patience while we work through this.

Please keep yourself healthy and safe. We wish you well.

Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario (LDAO)

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