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Organization: Learning Disabilities Association of London Region  
Phone Numbers: 519-438-6213
Fax: 519-438-0368
303 Richmond St, Unit 205
London, ON
N6B 2B8
Intersection: Richmond St and Horton St
Location: London (Central)
Accessibility: Not Wheelchair Accessible    Not Wheelchair Accessible

Executives: Paul Cook - Executive Director
519-438-6213 ext 22 *
Contacts: Kathie Chute - Child and Youth Program Coordinator
519-438-6213 ext 24
Service Description: Assists people with learning disabilities (LD) and attention deficit hyperactivity disorders (ADHD) and their families by providing support, guidance and resource information

Resource Centre and Community Support - Lending library offers subject-specific books, videos and journals
Children/Youth Programming - 10 week-length tutoring programs for children and youth
Employment/Employer Services - Provides support to employees and employers with regard to learning disabilities
Parent Support Group - Educational setting to share experiences with other parents of children with learning disabilities and/or who have ADHD

Services and Programs:

Meeting: Parent Support Group - Held on the second Mon of each month 7pm-8:30pm, Sept-May * contact for more details and monthly topics
Fees: Set fee for some programs * membership suggested
Application: Call or email * no referral required
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: People with learning disabilities or attention deficit hyperactivity disorders and their families * anyone with an interest/inquiry
Languages: English
Area(s) Served:
London, Middlesex, Elgin, and Oxford  
See Also: Children and Youth with Disabilities
Learning Disabilities

This information was last completely updated on May 31, 2017

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About Us
Our mission is the attainment of a society in which people with learning disabilities are enabled to reach their potential. We believe that people with learning disabilities can succeed when coping strategies and accommodations are developed.