Learning Disabilities Association of Kingston

at 993 Princess St. Unit 116, Kingston, K7L 1H3 Canada

The Learning Disabilities Association of Kingston (LDAK) is a charity dedicated to improving the lives of children, youth and adults with learning disabilities.

Learning Disabilities Association of Kingston
993 Princess St. Unit 116
Kingston , ON K7L 1H3
Contact Phone
P: (613) 546-8524

General Info

Resource Centre Hours: Tuesday through Thursday 11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. or by appointment.

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Join us for a day-long workshop, about assistive technology, during October LD Awareness Month! A motivating and engaging speaker, Todd Cunningham, from the University of Toronto, is coming to Kingston. Topic: "Assistive Technology: The Tools To Support Students With Learning Disabilities In Their Academic Journey" Date: Saturday October 24, 2015 9 am - 3:30 pm Location: St. Lawrence College, Kingston Full details, and a two-page downloadable flyer, are available at: http://www.ldakingston.com/pages/newsevents/workshop-day-2015.html

Published on 2015-10-02 23:16:29 GMT

A great big THANK YOU to the second year students of the ECE program at St. Lawrence College for their fundraising efforts! We accepted a cheque from them for $2428.55. #SLC #ECE

Published on 2015-06-02 23:45:53 GMT

Annual General Meeting Rescheduled! Monday, May 25 at 7:00 - 7:10 pm. All LDA members are encouraged to attend. FREE Workshop will follow AGM 7:10pm Reality Checklist - Life After High School” So, you’ve survived high school, and want to go to university or college What’s in your academic tool kit? For parents, students and teachers. Limited Seating. RSVP please. Ongwanada Resource Centre Board Room 191 Portsmouth Ave. Info: ldak@ldakingston.com 613-546-8524

Published on 2015-05-13 13:45:58 GMT

Join us for our AGM and Special Presentation Tuesday April 21st 7pm-8:30 “Free” The Stepping Stones Project. “Becoming An Effective Self Advocate and Finding Your Voice Through Art” Presenter, Angela Moslinger will discuss The Stepping Stones Project: Becoming an Effective Self Advocate and Finding Your Voice through Art. Junior grade students with learning disabilities explored self advocacy skills as critical stepping stones that ensure equity and inclusion in the classroom. Everyone Welcome. Pre-registration recommended. Info: www.ldakingston.com 613-546-8524 Venue: Ongwanada Resource Centre Board Room 191 Portsmouth Ave

Published on 2015-04-09 13:20:33 GMT

Want to go to post-secondary? Don't know where to start? This is the workshop for you! Ease The Transition: Helping Students with Disabilities Advance to Post- Secondary Thursday, February 26th 7:00pm-8:30pm

Published on 2015-02-09 19:33:03 GMT

Becoming Word Scientists: Research Study Seeks 8 - 10 yr olds Researchers from Queen's University are hoping to learn more about how children can develop word inquiry skills and a better understanding of how spelling works, which can in turn help lead to reading success. They are looking for two participants (approx. age 8 - 10). Participants should be identified with difficulties in literacy, and be able to participate in 10 one-on-one tutoring sessions. The two week program starts in mid January 2015, and will take place in a room at the Faculty of Education. Participation by a parent is also required. Visit our website for more information!

Published on 2014-11-30 17:25:43 GMT

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Welcome to LDAKLearning Disabilities Association of Kingston
LDAK is a charitable volunteer support group in Kingston, Ontario for people with learning disabilities, their families, and those who work with or employ persons with learning disabilities.
We provide information, support and resources for interested community members.
LDAK is affiliated with the Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario and the Learning Disabilities Association of Canada.