Learning Disabilities Association

Windsor-Essex County Chapter

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Record #: WIN0777 Last Modified: 21 Feb 2014 Last Full Update: 21 Feb 2014
Location
Located In CommunityWindsor Central
AddressHerb Gray Centre
647 Ouellette Ave, Ste 101
Windsor, ON N9A 4J4
 
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Site Locationbuilding is not accessible at the Pelisser entrance (there is 1 step with no ramp), but is accessible at the Ouellette entrance.
AccessibilityFully Accessible - Parking (off Pelissier), Automatic entrance (Ouelette Ave entrance), Washroom ; Building is not accessible at the Pelisser entrance (there is 1 step with no ramp), but is accessible at the Ouellette entrance.
Bus RoutesTransway 1C Express; Central 3; Ottawa 4
IntersectionOuellette Ave and Wyandotte St
Contact Information
Office Phone519-252-7889
Fax519-252-4169
E-Mailinfo@ldawe.ca
Websitewww.ldawe.ca
Primary ContactBev Clarke, Executive Director
Primary ExecutiveJonathan Sinasac, President
Description & Services
DescriptionServices for persons with learning disabilities (LD) and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)  
* information and referral  
* group works with schools and community groups for improved support services  
* member of the Special Education Advisory Committee, Windsor Essex Association for Volunteer Administration, and the Windsor Chamber of Commerce  
* offers a resource support centre  
* lending library  
* scheduled workshops and seminars  
* social skills training for children and adults  
* youth and adult recreation  
* brain-based learning strategies  
* basic literacy and math tutoring for children and youth  
* vocational training for adults  
* adaptive technology training  
* transition planning for youth and young adults  
* parent advocacy program  
* client intervention services for adults 
 
 
* Can find us on Facebook Click Here .
HoursMon-Thu: 9 am-4 pm
Areas ServedEssex County ; Windsor
EligibilityAges: 8 year(s) and up 
 
* Children, youth, and adults with a learning disability or ADHD 
* Parents of children with a learning disability or ADHD 
* Professionals working in the field
Application* Application process required for some services 
* Referrals accepted from self, family, or community agencies
FeesMembership - Family or individual membership fee $50 per yr, Student $20 per yr, Professional $75 per yr, Institutional $125 per yr ; Program - fees are Dependant on funding for a particular program
LanguagesEnglish
Print MaterialAgency newsletter published four times yearly (included with membership); 
Information packages available upon request; 
Brochures
Established2001
ElectionsOct/Nov
FundingCity / Town - City of Windsor, Community and Social Services ; Provincial - Ministry of Community and Social Services ; Fundraising - Raise a Reader, May Court Club, Sertoma Club, Local School Boards ; Donations ; Fees - for some programs ; May Court Club, Sertoma Club, Local School Boards
Supplementary Info
Alternate NameADD ; ADHD ; Attention Deficit Disorder ; Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder ; Dislexia ; Dyslexia ; LDA ; Literacy ; PACE
Cross ReferenceLDA
Service Level(50) Non Profit