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Learn how a Registered Disabilities Savings Plan can help you prepare for your child’s future.
This October, the Learning Disabilities Society invites you to join us as we #GoRedForDyslexia.
Camp Co-Directors Mel and Sarah reflect on their first year of LDS Summer Camps
LDS is looking to hire a Financial Controller and a Remedial Instructor. Join our team!
Lindsay Underdown, an LDS Summer Camp Coordinator, designed the schedule and led activities for RISE and Solve, LDS’s science camp. Lindsay has a degree in Science and has taught a science camp before. She says her position with LDS brings together...
Erin Roberts, Summer Camps Lead Instructor, is responsible for creating and delivering the curriculum for RISE and Tell and she sits down with me virtually to fill me in on her experience.
This month's ARISE newsletter includes information on fall one-to-one instruction, information about our upcoming RISE to Readiness program, a recap of our RISE summer camps, useful resources and more. If you don't receive our newsletter, sign up...
LDS is now certified to offer PEERS®—the only evidence-based teen social skills program in the world!
Recently, the Learning Disabilities Society (LDS) had the honour of taking part in a project with SAP, a global leader in enterprise application software. Facilitated by PYXERA Global, the SAP Social Sabbatical Project is a pro bono program...
For the first time, LDS offered RISE Summer Camps specially designed for kids with learning differences. We chatted with Matt Tikkanen to find out what the Summer Camp experience has been like from an instructor perspective.
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!