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    Barton Tutoring Program

    Barton Reading and Spelling System LDANB-TAANB is continuing to offer the Barton Tutoring Program in the greater Fredericton region and as well as online for students outside of Fredericton (started summer 2020). The Barton Reading and Spelling System aims to improve the reading, writing and spelling skills of school-aged children and adults alike ...
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    Summer Awareness Campaign Week Three – Dyscalculia

    Fast Facts on Dyscalculia Developing a full understanding of dyscalculia is an important first step in learning how to reach your full potential while living with this learning disability. Every child has a different learning style and pace. Each child is unique, not only capable of learning but also capable of succeeding. Robert John Meehan...
  • in LDANB-TAANB Teacher Series, Uncategorized, Updates

    Summer Awareness Campaign Week Two – Dysgraphia

    Dysgraphia Week Two – Teacher Resources This insightful article written by Dr. Cherkes-Julkowski provides an excellent explanation of how writing expectations will change as students advance from elementary school to high school. There are also tips on how to support your students at each grade level. Writing can be challenging for children w...

LDANB-TAANB Teacher Series

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    Summer Awareness Campaign Week Two – Dysgraphia

    Dysgraphia Week Two – Teacher Resources This insightful article written by Dr. Cherkes-Julkowski provides an excellent explanation of how writing expectations will change as students advance from elementary school to high school. There are also tips on how to support your students at each grade level. Writing can be challenging for children w...
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    Summer Awareness Campaign Week One – Dyslexia

    Teacher Resource Dyslexia is the most common learning disability and makes up about 80% of all learning disability diagnoses. The International Dyslexia Association estimates that about 15%-20% of the population has a language-based learning disability. The International Dyslexia Association has created an incredible handbook for teachers that is d...
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    LDANB-TAANB Teacher Series

    Over the course of the summer, LDANB will share learning opportunities for teachers and other school professionals. “This webinar is for parents of young children and teachers of struggling readers. It addresses why some children struggle to learn to read and early warning signs of reading difficulties. Participants are guided through one of ...

Adults and LDs

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    Podcast – “Truth About Dyslexia: Help for Adults”

    Stephen Martin hosts this podcast about his experience as an adult with dyslexia “Looking to learn more about Adult Dyslexia? This podcast is for adults, by an adult. What we are seeing is that so many adults are being diagnosed with dyslexia at a late age (it’s quite bloody scary!). We had a 66 year...
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    Learning Disabilities and Employment

    For many adults who have learning disabilities finding meaningful employment that plays to strengths can be difficult. The skills of searching and applying for a job, attending an interview, accepting a job offer and then keeping a job may be particularly difficult for an adult with complex learning disabilities. What are some major signs an...

  • in Barton Tutoring Program, Uncategorized, Updates

    Barton Tutor Profile – Series

    Help us celebrate our hard working Barton Tutors! The next tutor profile is Virginia Little! Virginia is another one of our long term tutors, coming to us after her retirement as both a classroom teacher and school principal. Read on for some words from Virginia and her student’s parents! Having been a tutor for LDANB...
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    Barton Tutor Profile – Series

    Help us celebrate our hard working Barton Tutors! Rob Lynn has been involved with the Barton Tutoring Program since the summer of 2017 when he began working with LDANB as a SEED student. It has been great watching Rob evolve as tutor and we are so excited that he has decided to pursue education! Rob...
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    Barton Tutor Profile – Series

    Help us celebrate our hard working Barton Tutors! The second tutor profile to be featured on our website is Emily Lewis! Emily has been a tutor with the Barton Tutoring Program since the fall of 2016 (longest serving tutor!). When the Barton Tutoring Program expanded into Moncton, Emily acted as the tutor coordinator for the...
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    Barton Tutor Profile – Series

    Help us celebrate our hard working Barton Tutors! The first tutor profile to be featured on our website is Breanne Gallagher! Breanne is our lovely Tutor Coordinator and has worked incredibly hard to help build our Barton Program up to where it is today. She began working with LDANB-TAANB as a tutor in January of...

Inventory of Services for New Brunswickers with Learning Disabilities

Content to be updated. Please contact LDANB-TAANB for further support. 

What are Learning Disabilities?

What Causes Learning Disabilities?

Identifying and Supporting

The Cost of LD

Perseverance Pays Off-LDAC

Cassandra's Story-LDAC

Adric's Story-LDAC

Kelvin's Story-LDAC

Learning Disabilities, What Are the Different Types? (Thanks to NCLD.org)

Little Things Matter: The Impact of Toxins on the Developing Brain

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