LDANB-TAANB is seeking nominations for outstanding individuals The event on October 20th, 2022, will mark LDANB’s second awards ceremony. During the event, LDANB will be presenting awards to outstanding individuals and/or groups for their work in advancing the understanding and acceptance of persons with learning disabilities. The Learning Disabilities Association of New Brunswick is seeking
CLOSED! LDANB-TAANB is now accepting applications for the Ashton Chase Memorial Scholarship 2022. Grade 12 students who attend a high school in the St. Stephen Education Centre boundary are welcome to submit their application by May 9th 2022. To be considered for the scholarship, please complete the linked application and answer the follow essay (500
LDANB and student consultants from Renaissance College meet with Peterbilt Atlantic LDANB-TAANB was selected this year as a community partner with Renaissance College’s course, Community Problem Solving and Research Project. During the school year, the student consultants have been working with LDANB to research best practices for fundraising and have developed a corporate sponsorship packaged.
Learning Disabilities Association of New Brunswick 2022–2023 Scholarship The Learning Disabilities Association of New Brunswick (LDANB) is a charitable organization founded in 1970. Our mission is to promote the understanding and acceptance of the ability of persons with learning disabilities to lead meaningful and successful lives. LDANB recognizes that access to higher education plays an
LDANB-TAANB Opens Applications for Annual Scholarship LDANB strives to promote the understanding and acceptance of the ability of persons with learning disabilities to lead meaningful and successful lives. LDANB recognizes that access to higher education plays an important role in this mission, and as such LDANB is pleased to open the application period forits annual
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