The Learning Disabilities Association of Halton (LDAH) is a registered, incorporated charitable organization dedicated to meeting the educational, social, emotional, recreational and employment needs of children, adolescents and adults with Learning Disabilities.
We have been providing information, support and programs to the Region of Halton for more than 45 years. We are the only Halton association that responds to the exclusive needs of those with learning disabilities and are affiliated with our provincial organization, the Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario (LDAO). At this time we receive no sustainable funding through the government or the United Way. We rely on private donations and chapter fundraising efforts in order to continue our work in the Halton community.
Current Programs/Services Include:
- Individualized, multi-sensory remediation (reading/math) for students
- Keyboarding classes for children aged 8-14 years
- Reading Rocks reading program
- Community Education- Annual Lecture Series on a variety of topics realted to Learning Disabilities and ADHD
- Professional Education - Solution for Learning Annual Conference
- Parent Support and Advocacy
- Summer Program- Language Booster Boot Camp
What People Are Saying
"We came to the LDAH because he was not receiving the support, the way of teaching he needed and the time needed for him to learn from his school. Our son has come a long way, has greatly improved, he has more confidence, and self esteem. The teacher at school has noticed."
— J. Angus
". Thanks largely to your tutoring services; she had an excellent school year. I would highly recommend your services to other parents. Thank you for the valuable time spent with my child."
— L. Lopez