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Everything is going wonderful with my daughter’s experience in the coaching program.  Our coach seems to tap into my daughter’s strength’s and use’s them to her advantage.  Parent

It met every aspect of my expectations and then some. Parent

Just having this program is a gift.  I would have been happy even if he was able to walk away with one thing let alone him learning all that he has to this point. Parent

I have done a few different programs, I found that the coaching one to be the most influential in terms of how I was to carry out my teaching. Coach

I have learned that just because they struggle that doesn’t mean they don’t have great intellectual abilities. Coach

It showed me how I can learn and how I can apply my skills and get my work done. Student

I got more confidence now. Student

It helped me get ready for my exam. Student

It helped me learn what my strengths are. Student

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The Learning Disabilities Association of Sudbury is a charitable non-profit organization dedicated to supporting all individuals with Learning Disabilities in reaching their potential, within a community that values their unique contributions and abilities.

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December 11, 2017

Are you ready to get fired up? On January 10, 2018 at 7:00pm LDAS will be hosting Connor LaRocque. Connor is a twice-published best-selling author, a millennial entrepreneur, and a former Canadian National kick-boxer. Join us for an exciting evening of motivation and goal setting. Admission is gently used clothing for our fundraising event with the Find out more!


November 27, 2017

Congratulations goes out to Elizabeth (Beth) Richard! An LDAS Youth Ambassador won first place for a Remembrance Day Literacy Contest. Beth’s essay will be entered again, this time to compete against other Legions. Good Luck! Beth is pictured here with Bruce McNab, President of Legion 76


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