Learning Disabilities Association of Halton

Contact Information
Office Phone 905-333-1977
E-Mail info@ldahalton.ca
Website www.ldahalton.ca
Social Media Facebook Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/Learning-Disabilities-Association-of-Halton/109699530985
Twitter Twitter: www.twitter.com/ldahalton
Email Form ldahalton.ca/about-us/contact-us
Site Information
Site Location adjacent to Central Park
Located In Community Burlington
Address & Map
Rotary Youth Centre - top Fl (Program location)
560 Guelph Line
Burlington, ON L7R 3M4
View Google Map
Intersection Guelph Line and Woodward Ave
Physical Access Fully Accessible - program location
Agency and Service Names
Alternate Name LDA ; LDA Halton ; LDAH
Agency Information
Description (Agency) Provides support, resources and services to children, youth, adults, parents, caregivers, educational providers and support workers impacted by or working with those impacted by learning disabilities and/or ADD/ADHD.
Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Established 1967
Primary Executive Katie Jacobs, Executive Director; Email: executivedirector@ldahalton.ca
Alternate Executive Diane Vandenbossche, Board President
Funding Provincial - Ontario Ministry of Education; Ontario Trillium Foundation ; Donations
Elections AGM September
Description and Service Details
Description (Service) Major services:  
* Instructional Remediation: one-on-one tutoring in reading/writing or math during the school year 
* Reading Rocks!: an 8-week one-on-one literacy program for children 6-12 
* Beginner Keyboarding: for children 8-14 
* parent support through resource facilitation and in-school support as needed 
* on-site loaning library - books, videos and resource materials 
* community education through annual lecture series, parent workshops, and conference 
See website for more information
Hours Tue-Sat hours vary * hours are subject to change based on staff availability and scheduling * call ahead before coming in
Dates Sep to May * limited hours during the summer * hours subject to change
Areas Served Halton Region ; Hamilton (City of)
Eligibility Children, youth, adults, parents, caregivers, educational providers and support workers impacted by or working with those with learning disabilities and/or ADD/ADHD
Application Program application and membership forms are available online * phone calls and emails are also accepted
Languages English
Fees Membership - provides reduced fees and access to resource library, LDAO Communique newsletter twice a year ; Program - vary for a family or individual member ; information and support services are free
Categories and Classification
Service Categories Disability Awareness Programs ~ Learning Disabilities ; Education Advocacy Groups ~ Learning Disabilities ; Special Libraries ~ Learning Disabilities ; Subject Specific Public Awareness/Education ~ Learning Disabilities
Other Details
Resources * resource library of current books and journals on teaching methodology, parenting techniques, behaviour management, etc.

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