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Learning Disabilities Association of Canada


Address

250 City Centre Avenue, Suite 616
Ontario, K1R 6K7 Canada

Phone

6132385721

Fax

6132355391

800 Number

8772385322

Email Address

info@ldac-acta.ca

Description

The Learning Disabilities Association of Canada (LDAC) is a national, non-profit, voluntary organization established in 1963 and incorporated in 1971. The organization's mission is to provide a national voice for persons with learning diabilities and those who support them in Canada. There is a Learning Disabilities Association in each province and two territories of Canada, and from these extend a network of chapters in more than 75 communities across the country. LDAC activities include the collection and dissemination of information on learning disabilities in the areas of prevention, early identification, assessment, education, intervention, social interaction, health, coping skills, family support, advocacy, transitions, and employment, among others. LDAC has published a number of manuals, guides, self-help and reference books to meet the needs of persons with learning disabilities.

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