Leadership & Learning Breakfast 2015

Please join us on Wednesday, April 15th, 2015 at the 1st annual Leadership and Learning Breakfast hosted by the Learning Disabilities Association of London Region.
Our keynote speaker, Gemini Award winning actor & comedian Patrick McKenna will share his inspiring personal journey and why developing his transformative documentary ADD & Loving It?! was so rewarding!

Registration will start at 7:00 a.m.
Breakfast promptly served at 7:30 a.m.
Best Western Lamplighter Inn & Conference Centre
591 Wellington Rd., London, ON
Crystal Ballroom

Funds raised at the Breakfast will go in support of launching the innovative Reading Rocks literacy program in London. Reading Rocks goes above building student confidence and the impact is equivalent to increasing the reading grade two levels! Leaders at the Research Institute for Learning Differences have documented evidence it delivers measureable results!

Leadership & Learning Breakfast 2015

Philanthropic efforts of University of Western Ontario's Fraternity

Today the LDA - LR staff celebrated the incredible philanthropic efforts of University of Western Ontario's Iota Omega Chapter of the Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity!
Together with their fellow fraternities and sororities during Peak Week 2014, $4,800 was raised to support the children's programs provided at our agency!

A huge thanks goes out to our board member Matt Mills, Pike Alumni for his incredible support and working closely with the Pi Kappa Alpha's.
We look forward to inviting the Pikes back to sign our Living Art Wall Mural as it develops over the summer of 2015!

Welcome to our new site

Our brand new website has been a long time coming after our previous, text-heavy version existed for far too long! We are extremely happy to launch our new site with the generous resources and assistance from both the Ontario Trillium Foundation & Sagecomm. The site has been designed to highlight our current programs and services but mostly to link you back to the agency for direct supports by our staff team. We will also use the website as a tool to share educational workshops, special events and collaborative projects we’re involved in across our region. Lastly, our new site will allow us the functionality to begin investing in social media to benefit our client population, community supporters and donor partners.

We’ve adopted a website slogan, “Right Path. Right Tools. Bright Future.” We envision a bright future and great potential for all those with learning disabilities and ADHD. We will strive to provide guidance and advice that will allow you to choose the best ‘paths’. We will offer programming to ensure students gain the techniques, strategies and technology awareness as required ‘tools’ for success. And we will partner alongside families and individuals in the lifelong journey of managing learning disabilities toward a ‘bright future’.