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There are many assistive technologies available, and investigating the quality and effectiveness of these educational tools is part of Mike’s job at LDS. “I like to think that my role is to help our instructors and families access well-researched assistive technologies.”
Our LDS Access Mobile Classroom, online RISE at Home one-to-one instruction, RISE Assistive Technology, and other programs that have helped us enhance our accessibility have received significant media attention. Check out some of our favourite...
Texthelp’s Read&Write is a software toolbar that can help students with learning differences overcome learning challenges. Learn more about this amazing assistive technology!
As LDS celebrates our 50th year of transforming lives through learning, we are focusing on doing our part to make the world a better place. We believe this can be accomplished by building community.
Have you ever wanted to take a ride with Ms. Frizzle on the Magic School Bus? Well, LDS is thrilled to announce the next best thing: LDS Access, a clean-energy mini-bus! LDS Access is Canada’s first electric mobile classroom service!
“Growing up, I knew I wanted to work with children and youth in a supportive capacity so they can receive the support I had too,” says Emma, a Remedial Instructor at LDS and this month’s Mission Maker.
Press Release: LDS Launches Mobile Classroom Service, Providing Learning Support Access to Kids Most in Need
LDS Launches Mobile Classroom Service, Providing Learning Support Access to Kids Most in Need
Lexilight is a reading-aid desk lamp that can significantly reduce symptoms of dyslexia when reading printed texts. Learn more about this amazing assistive technology!
Meet this month’s #MissionMaker, Remedial Instructor Cynthia. Before joining the LDS team, she had worked with students with autism and remembered the feeling of making a difference through her work. “It’s fun, always changing, allows me to be creative, and is challenging.”
Press Release: Vancouver Charity Expands Individualized Learning Support Services For Students Across B.C. with Learning Differences
Creating structured at-home learning for your child while schools are closed can be a real challenge. Here are 5 simple steps you can use to make home learning a success.
Are you passionate about making an IMPACT in your community, and changing the lives of children with learning disabilities? If so, we have the perfect opportunity for you!