Annual General Meeting 2015

LDAPR’S 2nd  ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING AND OPEN HOUSE SETS OUT GOALS FOR THE NEXT YEAR

ONE YEAR INTO THE CLOSING OF THEIR BRAMPTON LOCATION, THE ORGANIZATION SETS GOALS THROUGH TILL 2020

Mississauga  – On Thursday, December 3rd, 2015, The Learning Disabilities Association of Peel Region (LDAPR) held it’s 2nd, Annual General Meeting(AGM).  Hosted at their newly located office in Mississauga.  The meeting brought together approximately 40 LDAPR stakeholders including private and public supporters, past clients and their Board of Directors.  Reports on organizational goals and the highlights of successes achieved over the past year were presented as usual, but partners and supporters in attendance also learned of some major changes that are underway in 2015-2016.  Primarily, that after 30 years serving the Learning Disability community, in Brampton at The Civic Centre and in Mississauga at our Dundas St. West location  that they now are delivering a “Satellite Class/Hub model” structure, offering various evening programs, workshops and classes/tutoring across Mississauga, Brampton and Caledon by partnering with the local schools, libraries and Ontario Early Years Centres.  With that being announced, Marvin Bavcevic, President of the LDAPR introduced the new Executive Director, Barbara Wallace.  Together they thanked the Volunteers and Staff for all of their help and support over the last year.

 

About the Learning Disabilities Association of Peel Region(LDAPR)

LDAPR is a charitable, non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of children, youth and adults with learning disabilities.  LDAPR has members and volunteers from all walks of life supporting the organization with a passion for helping people with learning disabilities and their families achieve their potential.

LDAPR is a local chapter of Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario(LDAO).

LDAPR assists people with learning disabilities and their families by providing support, guidance and resource information, programs, workshops, support groups, and raise public awareness of learning disabilities.

LDAPR’s mission is to provide leadership in learning disabilities advocacy, research, education and services and to advance the full participation of children, youth and adults with learning disabilities in today’s society.  They value promotion positive change through:

  • Innovation
  • Strategic Partnerships
  • Credible Advocacy
  • Informed Public Policy
  • Quality Products and Services

LDAPR is a United way of Peel Region funded agency with support from the Region of Peel through the Community Investment Fund.  To donate, get involved or to find out more information about what they do, please contact their office at 905.262.4100.