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Happy Holidays from LDAO

Here’s to a season filled with warmth, comfort and good cheer. Thanks for your support during this unusual year, Stay safe and Well and best wishes for a better year in 2022. Please note that our office is closed between Dec 24th and Jan 4th. Store shipments and workshops registrations will resume on the second week of January.

Learning Disabilities Association of Canada Information Survey

Learning Disabilities Association of Canada : "We are studying how individuals find information on learning disabilities in Canada. Learning disabilities refer to a number of disorders which may affect the acquisition, organization, retention, understanding or use of verbal or nonverbal information. By participating in this survey, you will be helping to improve access to information for all Canadians impacted by learning disabilities. All responses are annonymous, and you will never be solicited. " The following short survey is studying how individuals find

Survey Opportunity for Postsecondary Students taking online or blended course(s)

"Hi everyone! Are you an undergraduate student taking at least one online or blended course at a Canadian university this academic year of 2020-2021 and are 18 years of age or older? If so, you are eligible to participate in this study that looks at self-perceptions, beliefs about growth abilities, stress levels, and possible experiences with learning disabilities and ADHD if applicable. The survey will take approximately 20 minutes to complete. All data will be confidential. If you are interested

Request for Post-secondary Research Participants

Project Title: Understanding the experiences of students with disabilities: A study of self-determination and the quality of student life in postsecondary settings Julieta Aguilera is a doctoral candidate in the School/Applied Child Psychology Program at McGill University who is conducting a research study as part of the requirements of her Doctoral degree. This study is funded in part by the Fonds de Recherche sur la Société et la Culture (FRQSC) and has received ethical approval from McGill University. Julieta is currently

Assistive Technology Survey for Grade 6–10 teachers

For grade 6 -10 Teachers Shimin Mo, a researcher at the University of Toronto, under the supervision of Dr. Todd Cunningham, is currently supporting a survey study on teacher's perceptions of assistive technology. The survey should only take around 15 minutes, and after participating, participants will be invited to a webinar on the topic of supporting learners with assistive technology needs in the classroom and at home. Here's the survey

Research study seeking input from parents/guardians on their own and their children’s experiences during school closures due to COVID-19

University of Manitoba Research Study on Canadian Parents’/Guardians’ Perspectives about the Impact of COVID-19 School Closures on Students with Special Educational Needs Nadine Bartlett.Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Education at the University of Manitoba who is seeking feedback from parents’/guardians’ about childrens’/youth’s experiences, and their experiences as a parent/guardian, during school closures due to COVID-19 This research about Canadian parents’/guardians’ perspectives on the impact of COVID-19 school closures on students with special educational needs will explore

Free Educational Resources for parents during Covid-19

A number of organizations have been providing resources that parents can use to help them with their children’s education at home during the Covid-19 crisis. LEARNstyle LEARNstyle has made a couple of programs available free of charge: CloudGear Learning | Click to read the press release here (PDF File) PULSE (Personal Use Learning Evaluation) | Click to read the press release here (PDF File) Texthelp Texthelp has made their Read&Write program available free to Ontario students and parents | Click

Online Educational Activities that can be done at home

The following are some options you could consider for online activities that can be done at home while kids are out of school due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Ontario Human Rights Commission releases new video with update on the Right to Read inquiry

October 26, 2020: A new OHRC video provides a snapshot of the progress of Right to Read, the OHRC’s public inquiry into human rights issues affecting students with reading disabilities in Ontario’s public education system.

OHRC announces locations for Right to Read public hearings — beginning January 14

The Ontario Human Rights Commission (OHRC) has announced locations and participation details for its Right to Read public hearings in Brampton, London, Thunder Bay and Ottawa, where students, parents and other stakeholders can share their stories and lived experiences related to reading disabilities.