ALERT! (Effective October 28, 2013)
If you want to visit or mail us, we have moved to a different office space, within the same building.
You will now find us just off the main front lobby.
Our new unit number is shown below.
993 Princess St. Unit 116
October is Learning Disabilities Awareness Month
“LD is not who I am, it’s what I have” -- Help us set the record straight.
***** Fall 2013 newsletter (published Sept. 18, 2013)
Tuesday November 12, 2013 7pm—9pm
“IEP 101” Individual Education Plan (Elementary Panel)
Speaker: Dr. Allison Sears, Elementary School Teacher, LDSB
Venue: Ongwanada(*) Room 453A
Nominal fee (**)
A workshop created to help parents and students understand their role in the IEP process which includes background on the IEP resource project for parents and students; glossary of terms and resource documents and links.
- New... Gr8
Transitions Program Information 2013-2014
The Regional Assessment and Resource Centre (RARC), Queen’s University is currently conducting a 2-year project to assist students with learning disabilities and their families to make a successful transition from Grade 7 to secondary school and beyond. This project has many components, and requires full commitment from participating students and their parents or guardians.This program is funded by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities, and there is no cost to the families participating in our program.
Download information flyer (pdf)
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- Special Education Plan: Limestone District School Board
- Links for Parents: Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic
District School Board
- Web Based Teaching Tool (WBTT)
LDAO has information about the Web Based Teaching Tool.
The WBTT team is very excited about all the students who will increase their achievement through the support of WBTT screens and interventions this semester. More....
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