It was time for an update! The Learning Disabilities Association of New Brunswick (LDANB) has updated the inventory of services that are available in New Brunswick for individuals with learning disabilities or to families who provide support to individuals with a learning disability. The updated inventory can be found at the link below: Inventory
Spotlight on Invisible Disabilities The Minister of Sport and Persons with Disabilities, The Honourable Kirsty Duncan, was mandated by the Prime Minister to develop and introduce accessibility legislation. As part of this commitment, the Government of Canada held a nationwide consultation, which brought together over 6,000 people and over 90 community organizations, to learn about
The Board of Directors of the Learning Disabilities Association of New Brunswick (LDANB) announced today, along with their Executive Director André Deschênes, that he will be moving on from the Executive Director role in the organization as planned effective June 30th 2018. The Board and our many partners have benefitted greatly from André’s passion and
Employment Opportunity Bilingual Executive Director Position Type: Full time position (willing to negotiate flexible work arrangements depending on experience level) with a two year contract, renewable annually. Job Region: Fredericton, New Brunswick (willing to explore flexible work locations with a minimum number of days in the head office). Date Posted:
LDANB-TAANB is excited to share that the Barton Tutoring Program will be running a summer semester! The 12 session semester is a great opportunity to for students and parents to learn about the Barton Reading & Spelling System and to see the difference that the Barton Tutoring Program can make on reading, spelling and writing
U.S. retailers lead Canada on toxics BARBARA MCELGUNN FOR MORE THAN a decade, human biomonitoring studies in the U.S. and Canada have measured the “body burden” of chemicals present in our blood, urine, and in fetal umbilical cords. These population-wide surveys consistently find numerous “chemicals of concern” (COCs) in our bodies, indicating chronic and ongoing
Ashton Chase Memorial Scholarship Grade 12 students from Fundy High School (ASD-S), who have been accepted into a post-secondary program for the fall of 2018, are invited to complete the application for the Ashton Chase Memorial Scholarship. The application form and accompanying essay are to be submitted to [email protected] by June 15th. Ashton Chase Memorial Scholarship Application
On Friday, April 6th 2018 approximately 190 people participated in the 3rd Biennial Atlantic Symposium on Learning Disabilities. The focus of the symposium this year was Learning Disabilities, Multi-Sensory Education and Training in the Trades. It was an excellent day full of great speakers and discussion. Is everyone ready for 2020?