Finding Your Way - psychology lecture series is here again. Starting Saturday, February 2 you will have a choice of twelve talks to attend.
Provided by the Adaptive Technology Centre at the University of Toronto, you'll find information about different adaptive technology options. In addition, SNOW offers online courses for a minimal fee.
An incredibly comprehensive site for learning about different learning challenges, related topics such as self-esteem and transition planning and message boards where you can communicate with other parents and caregivers. Highly recommended.
Learn about the rights and responsibilities of students with learning disabilities and schools. Information about I.P.R.C. (Independant Placement and Review Committee) and I.E.P's (Individual Education Plans).
An excellent collection of articles on a variety of NLD's, including dyscalculia, expressive language (writing) and central auditory processing. Information on children with dual exceptionality, gifted and LD, is also available.
LDAO - London Region serves children, adolescents, and adults in the City of London and the Counties of Middlesex, Elgin, Oxford, Perth, Huron, Grey, and Bruce. Our mission is the attainment of a society in which people with learning disabilities are enabled to reach their potential. We believe that people with learning disabilities can succeed when coping strategies and accommodations are developed.
The IDA Ontario Branch is committed to informing, educating and supporting individuals with dyslexia, their families and the communities that support them. Dyslexia is a language-based learning disability. It is a condition resulting in difficulties with specific language skills, particularly reading and spelling.
Ability Online is an Internet community where young people with disabilities and illnesses connect with all kinds of possibilities that address their needs as curious, growing citizens of the planet. They meet and chat with other people like them in a virtual world that transcends boundaries and barriers.
The LDAO provides information and support to people with learning disabilities, their parents, teachers and other professionals. The LDAO - London Region can be reached at (519) 438-6213. Ce site est disponible en français.
An employment and skills development agency for people with physical, mental, developmental and learning disabilities and/or barriers to employment