Section 1: Introduction

The Learning Disabilities Association of New Brunswick is a registered charity that is affiliated with the Learning Disabilities Association of Canada.  The mission of LDANB is to promote the understanding and acceptance of the ability of persons with learning disabilities to lead meaningful and successful lives.

LDANB / TAANB
403 Regent Street, Suite 203
Fredericton, NB  E3B 3X6
Tel: (506) 459-7852
Fax: (506) 455-9300
Email: [email protected]

Web Site: https://ldanb-taanb.ca
Executive Director : André Deschênes

Services:

  • Information
  • Support
  • Quarterly Reflexions newsletter
  • Advocacy
  • LINKS (Saint John & Moncton)
  • Barton Reading & Spelling System (Fredericton)
  • Client Services (Support, Assessments, Representation)
  • Website: www.ldanb-taanb.ca , Facebook & Twitter
  • Training workshops on duty to accommodate, screening for success, cognitive strategies, and learning disabilities.

Chapter Listings:

MONCTON                                                                     SAINT JOHN

63 Peter Street                                                                  223 St. James St

Moncton, NB E1A 3W3                                                   Saint John, NB E2L 1W3
Tel: (506) 383-5077                                                         Tel: (506) 642-4956
E-mail: [email protected]                                        E-mail: [email protected]   Contact: Millie LeBlanc                                                  Contact: Fabienne McKay

Website: www.ldasj.ca


Learning Disabilities Association of Canada (LDAC) /
Association canadienne des troubles d’apprentissage (ACTA)

The Learning Disabilities Association of Canada (LDAC) is a national, non-profit voluntary organization which was founded in 1963 and incorporated in 1971. The organization’s mission is to be the national voice for persons with learning disabilities and those who support them. LDAC is dedicated to a level playing field for individuals with learning disabilities to enable them to function as citizens with equitable opportunities and to develop to their chosen potential. LDAC accomplishes these goals through public awareness about the nature and impact of learning disabilities, advocacy, research, health, education and collaborative efforts.

Over the years, LDAC has convened experts from across Canada to examine specific research areas in the field of learning disabilities that are of particular interest to its grassroots members. Many of the findings have had major impact on policy development and programs that have enhanced access to more equitable opportunities for individuals with learning disabilities, their families and those that work with them in school, at home, in the workplace and in the community.

LDAC-ACTA
250 City Centre, #616

Ottawa, ON   K1N 7Z2

Tel: (613) 238-5721
Toll-Free: 1-877-238-5332

Fax: (613) 235-5391
Web Site: www.ldac-acta.ca
E-mail: [email protected]

 

Provincial/Territorial Learning Disabilities Associations

 To reach the Learning Disabilities Association of Canada located in Ottawa, Ontario please contact:

 Mailing Address Only:
20 – 2420 Bank Street
Ottawa, Ontario CANADA K1V 8S1
Tel: (613) 238-5721
General Inquiries: [email protected]

Currently, there is a Learning Disabilities Association (LDA) located in nine provinces and one territory across Canada and from these extends a network of chapters in more than 40 communities across the country.

To find the nearest LDA that supports your area, choose your Province or Territory from the list below.

 

LDA AlbertaP.O. Box 29011, Pleasantview P.O.,
Edmonton, AB T6H 5Z6
Tel: (780) 448-0360
Inquiries: [email protected]
Website: www.ldaa.ca
Local chapters:http://www.ldalberta.ca/contact-us
LDA Manitoba617 Erin Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3G 2W1
Tel: (204) 774-1821
Fax: (204) 788-4090
Inquiries: [email protected]
Website: http://www.ldamanitoba.org/
Local chapters:http://ldamanitoba.org/contact-us/
LDA British Columbia1562 Fort StreetVictoria, BC   V8S 5J2Tel: (250) 370-9513
Inquiries:
 [email protected]
Website: www.ldabc.ca
Local chapters: www.ldabc.ca/contact/ 
LDA Ontario365 Evans Avenue, Suite 202
Toronto, ON M8Z 1K2
Tel: (416) 929-4311
Fax: (416) 929-3905
Inquiries: [email protected]
Website: www.ldao.ca
Local chapters: http://www.ldao.ca/lda-in-canada/ldao-chapters/

 

LDA New Brunswick403 Regent Street, Suite 203
Fredericton, NB E3B 3X6
Tel: (506) 459-7852
Fax: (506) 455-9300
General Inquiries: [email protected]
Website: https://ldanb-taanb.ca
LDA Quebec (Institut des troubles d’apprentissage)740, rue St-Maurice, Bureau 502
Montreal (Québec) H3C 1L5
Tel: (514) 847-1324
Toll free in Quebec only: 1-877-847-1324
Fax: (514) 281-5187
General Inquiries: [email protected]
Website: http://aqeta.qc.ca/
Local chapters:http://aqeta.qc.ca/bureaux-regionaux.html
LDA Nova Scotia –There is currently no provincial office in Nova Scotia LDA Prince Edward Island40 Enman Crescent, Room 149
Charlottetown PE C1E 1E6
Tel: (902) 894-5032
General Inquiries: [email protected]
Website: http://www.ldapei.ca/ 
LDA Newfoundland and Labrador66 Kenmount Road, Suite 301
St. John’s, NL A1B 3V7
Tel: (709) 753-1445
Fax: (709) 753-4747
General Inquiries:
 [email protected]
Website: http://www.ldanl.caLDA Yukon128A Copper RoadWhitehorse YT, Y1A 2Z6
Tel: 867-668-5167
Fax: 867-668-6504
General Inquiries:
 [email protected]
Website: http://www.ldayukon.com/
LDA Saskatchewan2221 Hanselman Court
Saskatoon SK S7L 6A8
Tel: (306) 652-4114 Ext. 3
Fax: (306) 652-3220
General Inquiries: [email protected]
Website: www.ldas.org
Local chapters:http://www.ldas.org/contact-us/


Links to Useful Learning Disability Information

 Academic Therapy Publications (Publishes books related to learning disabilities for parents, teachers and children) : http://www.academictherapy.com/

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