Our chapters are the lifeblood of support to local communities, and as such it is vital they are supported in their efforts to provide programming for their clients.
Diane served at LDAO with a commitment to helping every induvial that needed her expertise, over her long and distinguished career. She truly would always do anything she could to assist our community. Our condolences and thoughts are with her husband Gerry, her family, and friends. She truly left a legacy at LDAO with over 30 years of service, will continue our mission to honour her. Thank you Diane !!! Lawrence Barns President and CEO
Participants needed for a study of university students with learning disabilities and their disability service providers
Dr. Cameron McKenzie, Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Social Work at Wilfrid Laurier University, is recruiting Ontario university students with Learning Disabilities, and their disability service providers, for a study that hopes to influence accessibility-related policy. The research team plans to conduct confidential interviews with students and disability service providers from universities across the province. Participants will receive a $50.00 gift card. For more details, please contact Dr. Cameron McKenzie: email@example.com. Click here to download the flyer (PDF File)
Parents and children are invited to participate in a study by researchers at Brock University that seeks to explore how Ontario elementary students in grades 3, 4, and 5 with language and learning disabilities feel about their ability to successfully complete writing tasks. For details about the study see Writing Self-Efficacy Study below If you are interested in participating, please email the Principal Student Investigator (Roselyn) to receive a Letter of Invitation with more information. Roselyn Gishen, MEd Candidate, Brock
Learning Disabilities Association of York Region expanding to Simcoe, becoming the Learning Disabilities Association of York-Simcoe
MEDIA RELEASE - April 16, 2023 Learning Disabilities Association of York Region expanding to Simcoe, becoming the Learning Disabilities Association of York-Simcoe RICHMOND HILL, ON – The Learning Disabilities Association of York Region is please to announce their name change and geographical expansion to service Simcoe County. While the pandemic brought increased need for programs in York Region, it also brought attention to the services needed in Simcoe for students diagnosed with learning disabilities. Effective immediately the organization will now
CADDAC is seeking support for a federal private members’ bill on ADHD education and access to services
CADDAC is asking for letters of support to Members of Parliament, and to make the process easier has created a fillable template that will determine your member of Parliament based on your address.
Looking for Ontario K-3 English teachers passionate about literacy to participate in a study looking at the evidenced-based practices of Ontario teachers. Participation would involve a 1 hour interview.
Families needed for SickKids research study involving neuroimaging, neurobiology and reading disabilities
A research team at The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) is recruiting for a study investigating the neuroimaging based modeling of reading disabilities. Families and their children, aged 6 to 16 years, who struggle with reading AND who have a same sex, biological sibling with strong reading skills, no more than three years apart in age, are eligible! Results from this study will be used to help future studies potentially assess new treatments for reading disabilities. Families will receive a
Dear Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario community! Are you employed and do you identify as having an invisible disability? We are a team of researchers from the University of Toronto studying how people with invisible disabilities navigate the workplace. We are looking to recruit participants for our survey that are employed and have an invisible disability. If you fall into this category, we would really appreciate your participation to advance research on invisible disabilities. If you are interested in participating in the survey,
Scotiabank is developing an accessibility plan to continue building an equitable, inclusive, and accessible financial institution. Scotiabank welcomes all Canadians, whether they are a customer or not to participate in a consultation. Learn more about how to participate in an accessibility consultation by visiting: www.scotiabank.com/ca/en/personal/accessibility/accessibility-consultation.html