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Our Mission

To promote the understanding and acceptance of the ability of persons with learning disabilities to lead meaningful and successful lives.

how we approachour mission

establish

accurate information regarding learning disabilities

assist

families, adults with LD, and professionals

speak

as a provincial authority on learning disabilities

Our Values

The Learning Disabilities Association of New Brunswick firmly believes in:

  • The ability of persons with learning disabilities to lead meaningful and successful lives
  • The respect of individual learning styles
  • The empowerment of individuals in assuming responsibility over their lives
  • Fair and equitable access to meaningful employment for persons with learning disabilities
  • The provision of quality services to chapters in accordance with their needs

 

 

  • A competent and dynamic leadership focused on a clear direction for the organization
  • Interpersonal communication and teamwork based on mutual respect, trust, openness and integrity
  • Being accountable for the mandate entrusted to us
  • Managing our resources effectively and efficiently by respecting our established priorities

Our Chapters

Saint John Chapter

P: (506) 642-4956
E: [email protected]
W: www.ldasj.ca

223 St. James St.
Saint John, NB E2L 1W3

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Moncton Chapter

P: (506) 383-5077
F: (506) 383-5077
E: [email protected]
W: www.ldanb-taanb.ca

63 Peter St.
Moncton, NB E1A 3W3

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Our Executive Board

Roger Duval

President

Fabienne McKay

VP Administration

Fabienne McKay is a past president of LDANB TAANB and has served as vice president of the association. She is a past member of the Learning Disabilities Association of Canada’s National Board of Directors. Along with representing LDA Saint John Chapter as their president she volunteers as their office coordinator. She has been a member of the Saint John Ability Advisory Committee; the Literacy Coalition of New Brunswick; the New Brunswick Disability Executives Network; and more recently worked with the Government of New Brunswick’s Employment Action Plan Working Group. She was co-chair for the 1997 LDAC National Conference in Saint John, and has received several awards recognizing her work with disability organizations, including the Queen’s Jubilee Medal for work with Learning Disabilities in 2002; the Saint John Ability Advisory Committee Volunteer Award in 1999; the LDAC Volunteer Recognition Award in 1997; and a National Access Awareness award in 1997.


Our Staff

Ainsley Congdon

Literacy/Project Specialist
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