Welcome to phase one of LD@home. This website has been built to help bring resources to the households of Ontario impacted by Learning Disabilities (LDs). Our vision is to provide education, knowledge and resources to assist you in your journey, as well as a safe place to connect with the LDA network across Ontario for ongoing support. Over time, we hope to expand this site to cover all issues across a lifetime of living with LDs. In phase one of this project, we are focused on supporting the early years of the journey through elementary school for parents and students. The Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario (LDAO) would like to offer our sincere thanks to The Ontario Trillium Foundation for its support of this phase of the project and allowing this vision to become a reality.
We are also interested in your feedback; within the site you will find opportunities to give us feedback as well as links to our social media accounts so you can help to shape the growth of this service into the future.
Who We Are & What We Do
LDAO is a registered charity dedicated to improving the lives of children, youth and adults with LDs. LDAO, and its network of chapters, offers many resources, services, information, venues and products designed to help people with LDs and ADHD, as well as parents, teachers, and other professionals.
LDAO’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 LDs in today’s society. We value promoting positive change through:
- Strategic partnerships
- Credible advocacy
- Informed public policy, and
- Quality products and services
What does LDAO do?
Assists people with LDs and their families in meeting their expressed needs by:
- Providing support, guidance and up-to-date resource information
- Providing the opportunity for the sharing of information and common concerns
- Encouraging research in the field of learning disabilities
- Supporting and generating legislative initiatives