Category Archive: Programs

Sep 08

Orton-Gillingham

What is it? The Orton-Gillingham Approach was developed in the early-20th century. It is an intensive, sequential phonics-based system that teaches the basics of word formation before whole meanings. The method includes all of the learning modalities, or pathways, through which people learn—visual, auditory, tactile and kinesthetic. Unlike some scripted and rigid reading programs, the …

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Sep 14

Youth Empowerment Support(Y.E.S)

What is it? This group program is designed for students ages 13-16 and work to develop a sense of confidence, commitment, and self-esteem as they go through high school. The program will discuss both academic and social skills with topics such as maintaining healthy relationships, understanding your learning style, social media and online safety, coping …

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Sep 14

Science and Technology

The Learning Disabilities Association of Peel Region is pleased to offer an exciting new 8-week Science & Techn Social Skills Program! Cost: $125 for Members/ $160 for Non-Members Duration: 8 Weeks, 1 Hour/Week Locations: Mississauga & Brampton Our Science & Technology Program is a group facilitated program designed to engage students in grades 1-4 (Junior …

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Sep 14

Plan Ahead: Post-Secondary & Employment Prep

The Learning Disabilities Association of Peel Region is pleased offer an 8-week Plan Ahead Program! Cost: $125 for Members/ $160 for Non-Members Duration: 8 Weeks, 1 Hour/Week Locations: Mississauga & Brampton Our Youth Transition Program is designed for youth around the ages of 16-20. The goal of the program is to ensure the successful transition …

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Sep 14

Adult Computer Skills

The Learning Disabilities Association of Peel Region is pleased to offer a new 8-week Adult Computer Skills Program!  Cost: $125 for Members/ $160 for Non-Members Duration: 8 Weeks, 1 Hour/Week Locations: Mississauga & Brampton The Adult Computer Skills Program is a group facilitated program designed for adults’ ages 18+. The program uses computer based lessons …

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Sep 09

Computer Skills

What is it? The emphasis of this course is on basic keyboarding skills and computer programs. Participants will spend time learning about the tools in Microsoft Office, including Word and PowerPoint and discussing internet usage and online safety. We will also be using a program called Mavis Beacon: Teaching Typing program, since it is very …

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Sep 09

Social Skills

What is it? We use a strengths based approach to promote positive communication skills and appropriate social behaviours, while building on your child’s self-esteem. Our program will encourage these helpful social skills by using role-modelling, positive feedback and self-awareness activities. Please see the next few pages for a sample break down of the Social Skills …

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Apr 27

LDAPR Kidz Konnect Summer Camp & Youth Konnect Summer Leadership Camp Registration!

The pre-registration of our Kidz Konnect Summer Camp & Summer Leadership Camp has begun!  Sign up before May 30th, 2016 and receive an early bird discount: 10% off Registration  Plus 10% off multiple weeks registration Plus 5% off per sibling. For more information visit www.kidzkonnect.ca or click on the image below!




Dec 15

Winter 2016 Programs Information is now out!

We are happy to announce our Winter 2016 Programs Information is now available.  Please the “Winter 2016 Programs” tab or click here for more information!




Jul 28

LDAPR launches 2015/2016 Programs & Services

Social Skills: LDAPR offers a Social Skills Program for children (ages 7-10), youth (ages 11-14), and adults to teach strategies for positive social interaction. Positive Conflict: Positive Conflict is a group facilitated program designed to help children (ages 7-10) and youth (ages 11-14) to learn strategies for dealing with emotions, to gain a greater sense …

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