About Us

We are a charitable, non-profit organization (CRA Reg. No. 11901 0379 RR0001) dedicated to improving the lives of children, youth and adults with learning disabilities. Our strength comes from the community.  We have members and volunteers from all walks of life supporting our organization with a passion for helping people with learning disabilities and their families achieve their potential.

We are a local chapter of Learning Disabilities Association of Canada (LDAC) and Ontario (LDAO).

Together we assist 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.

Our 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. We value promoting positive change through:

  • Innovation;
  • Strategic partnerships;
  • Credible advocacy;
  • Informed public policy;
  • Quality products and services.

We are 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 find out more information about us and what we do, please contact our office and we would be happy to speak with you.


Annual Reports

Learn more about us and what we do through our annual reports. AGM 2017 AGM 2016 AGM 2015 AGM 2014 AGM 2013 AGM 2012 AGM 2011 AGM 2010 AGM 2009 AGM 2008 AGM 2007 AGM 2006  

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Board of Directors

2017 – 2018 Term  Marvin Bavcevic – President Thomas Corbett – Vice President, SEAC Representative Tamika Mitchell – Treasurer Leslie Silvestri – Secretary, SEAC Representative Anil Bhasin – Director Nisha Lewis – Director Michelle Arthurs-Fagan – Director  

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Special Education Advisory Committee

A Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC) is a committee of a school board or a school authority that provides important advice on special education. It is comprised of trustees and representatives of local associations that further the interests and well-being of groups of exceptional children or adults. The committee may make recommendations to the board on any …

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Academic Tutoring

What is it? It is a one to one tutoring program, for clients of all ages! The program is primarily homework based, however, our tutors can prepare lesson plans and material for the students learning objectives. The program is 10 sessions; 10 hours. Sessions are held once or twice a week depending on tutor availabilities. …

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