Registration for Fall 2017 is now OPEN!
Tuesdays and Thursdays from October 10th to November 30th. 5:00-6:00pm at 3292 East Broadway Location. Spaces are limited to 10 students per session, so reserve your spot today!
Register for 2017-2018 Programs!
Registration for The 2017-2018 School Term is NOW OPEN! Register today to reserve your preferred time and instructor!
Who We Are
The Learning Disabilities Association of Vancouver is a non-profit with a mission to empower every child and adolescent in Vancouver with a Learning Disability to achieve life-long success and happiness. In partnership with the University of British Columbia, LDAV provides research-based instruction to children who struggle in school. Our specialized interventionists offer individualized and professional support that teaches children to leverage their learning strengths in order to overcome their learning challenges. Within 2 to 3 years, our programs teach children to be independent in the school system.
Our professional intake offers families an opportunity to meet with LDAV staff to review psychological educational assessments, IEPs and report cards and discuss their individual child's learning strengths and weaknesses in detail.
With the support of LDAV staff, families can complete registrations online or in person. Students can begin their intensive, individualized instruction program within one week of submitting all required registration documents.
Parent Advocacy and Support
LDAV members are supported through professional consulting and advocacy support from Norlan Cabot, Education Consultant. With 30 years of experience as a School Psychologist, Norlan can help to navigate the school system and ensure that each child receives the support necessary to be successful.
Intensive Individualized Instruction
Children ages 7-18 are matched with a specialized LD instructor (Orton-Gillingham) and work to develop their strengths and overcome their learning challenges. Sessions are focused on learning strategies, organization, reading, writing and math, dependent on the child's individual needs.
LDAV's progress reports have been developped in partnership with the University of British Columbia and provide a valid and reliable assessment of each child's progress throughout the year.