CBC Interview Angie DeMarco- Click on the link to listen to Angie DeMarco’s 7 minute interview based on her newly developed workshop “Neuro-diverse NOT Neuro-deficit” (Jennifer Norwell / CBC) from Tuesday, October 7th, 2014.

Step Up! – Attention transitioning students from secondary school: this is a great resource for you! This presentation narrated by Angie DeMarco discusses in two parts the necessary tools students need to be successful in their final year of high school to the first year of post-secondary studies. Please click on the link to download your copy of Step Up! The Transition Steps from Secondary School to Post-Secondary School today!

CBC Points North Interview – Listen to this  6 minute interview with Merci Miron-Black and her daughter, Holly. Holly was diagnosed with a learning disability in Grade 3. (Jenifer Norwell/CBC) from Thursday, October 17, 2013

The LDAS YouTube Channel – To access our video resources such as: be sure to check back frequently for new videos.  Last video upload was February 5, 2014.

LD Means I Learn Differently” and “Discovering Shared Solutions

Check out the LDAS YouTube Channel and click on the preferred playlist to access these materials.

be sure to check back frequently for new videos.  Last video upload was February 5, 2014.

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March 25, 2020

Our office in Lockerby Composite School remains closed as directed by the Ford government. But we will continue to support our families by email or we can also set up virtually to connect with parents. We will be posting additional information as it becomes available to us. If you are looking for ideas to keep Find out more!


March 2, 2020

United Way Centraide North East Ontario/ Nord-est de l’Ontario is hosting a #locallove electronic 50/50 raffle in support of local programs that address poverty. If you are 18+, live in Ontario, and want to purchase a ticket, visit www.locallove5050.com. To find out more about this new initiative, visit www.uwcneo.com


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