French Services

The Learning Disabilities Association of Sudbury is dedicated to supporting all individuals with Learning Disabilities in reaching their potential, within a society that values their unique contributions and abilities.
We are currently finding ways to better serve our French-speaking clients. In the meantime, for further information in French, please contact the Association Quebecoise pour les troubles d’apprentissage (AQETA) via the web or call 819-777-3126. Information in French is available at Troubles D’apprentissage – Association Canadienne website, or 613-238-5721. You may also contact the Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Nouvel-Ontario, by phone at 705 673-5626 or Conseil scolaire de district du Grand Nord de l’Ontario, 705-671-1533.

Learning Disabilities Association of Québec
http://www.aqeta.qc.ca/english/home

  • This information is offered in French and in English. (click on the link to gain access to either the French or
    English version). Offers links to other sites with relevant information which is also offered in French 
    PANDA association of Québec (Regroupement des associations des parents PANDA du Québec)

    http://www.associationpanda.qc.ca

PANDA association of Québec (Regroupement des associations des parents PANDA du Québec)
http://www.associationpanda.qc.ca

  • Gives support to parents who have a child or children with learning disabilities and methods to help promote a healthier development for children with these special needs.
  • Offers French resources for people who have ADD or ADHD
  • Have a list of recommended French/English books to purchase about learning disabilities.

Ministry Of Education
http://www.edu.gov.on.ca/fre/

  • This web site offers information to Anglophone and Francophone parents, children and teachers in regards to
    special needs education and services provided through the Ministry of Education. (click on French link at the
    top of the page for access to French version).
  • The Ministry also provides policy documents to assist school boards in implementing policies to deliver high-quality special education programs and services.  Examples of such policies are special education
    funding guidelines and individual education plan.
  • To access the special needs page- click on POPULAR TOPICS; find SPECIAL EDUCATION; then click GO 

Des ressources en français
Troubles d’apprentissage – Association Québécoise
http://www.aqeta.qc.ca

  • Ce site offre de l’information en français pour ceux/celles qui veulent plus d’information au sujet des troubles
    d’apprentissage.
  • Ce site offre d’autres liens à d’autres sites avec de l’information pertinente et ces sites sont offerts en français.

Regroupement de Association des Parents PANDA du Québec
http://www.associationpanda.qc.ca

  • Ce site aide à guider les parents qui ont un ou plusieurs enfant(s) avec des troubles d’apprentissage à trouver
    des façons pour mieux gérer le développement de leur(s) enfant(s).
  • Ce site offre des ressources en français pour trouver de l’information sur le (TDA/H)- trouble déficitaire de
    l’attention avec ou sans hyperactivité.
  • Ce site fournit une liste recommandée de livres en français et en anglais pour ceux/celles qui soufrent des
    troubles d’apprentissage.
  • Ministère de l’éducation
    http://www.edu.gov.on.ca/fre

    • Ce site offre des ressources Anglophone et Francophone pour les parents, enfants et enseignants au sujet
      des troubles d’apprentissage (Cliquez sur Français).
    • Le ministre décrit les programmes, services et politique d’éducation de l’enfance en difficulté.
    • Pour trouver les ressources au sujet des troubles d’apprentissage – Cliquez sur: Sujets populaires ; choisissez
      éducation de l’enfance en difficulté et cliquez OK.

About LDAS

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.

Latest News

June 21, 2019

(SUDBURY, ON) — The Learning Disabilities Association of Sudbury (LDAS) has launched a Go Fund Me campaign to keep its satellite offices in North Bay, Sault Ste. Marie and Timmins open for the next school year. To read the full media release, click here. The campaign can be found by clicking the link below. https://www.gofundme.com/f/facilitating-ld-support-across-northern-ontario


June 19, 2019

All Aboard the Journey To Success The Learning Disabilities Association of Sudbury is pleased to announce the launch of our Journey To Success Adventure Day. This one-day session will help prepare students for the coming school year, by discovering their learning potential in the following ways: Develop a learning profile to promote self-awareness Learn how Find out more!


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