The LDAV exists to ensure that children with Learning Disabilities and their families have access to the tools they need to increase self-esteem and achieve academic success. We do this by delivering remedial teaching programs and by providing individualized support to children and families. Our vision is to ensure that children and youth with Learning Disabilities recognize their unique strengths and have the confidence and tools to achieve academic success.
Meet The Team
Kate comes to LDAV with over 10 years of experience in community development, specializing in youth and child programming in both public and non-profit sectors. She holds a B.A. from Wilfred Laurier University, a B.Ed. from the University of Edinburgh and a specialization in Special Education from York University. As Executive Director, Kate works alongside schools, community partners and like-minded professionals to ensure that each and every child with a Learning Disability receives the support they need in order to be successful at school.
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At the Learning Disabilities Association Vancouver, Norlan Cabot helps children overcome those challenges and reach their full potential. With over 30 years experience as a school psychologist and special education teacher, Norlan brings a wealth of expertise and leadership to the LDAV. Trained by some of the most influential names in learning disabilities, she now leads a new generation of teachers in cutting-edge instruction with the help of the University of British Columbia and community partners. Norlan gives her close, personal attention to every family at the LDAV and ensures they have the needed resources for their child succeed in school and in life.
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Kate is new to our team having moved here from the UK where she has extensive experience growing and managing youth development programs in the not-for-profit sector. Her background includes working in disadvantaged communities, establishing programs that will enable and empower those who are socially excluded to achieve their full potential. She graduated from the University of Birmingham in England with a B.A. in Philosophy and also volunteers her time coaching community sport. In her role as Program Manager Kate will be leading on LDAV's program design, development and evaluation, supporting the continued growth of our work.
LDAV is governed by a diverse group of individuals, who are committed to using their talents to create a strong agency that makes a difference in the lives of the children and families we work with. LDAV is grateful to these passionate volunteers. To reach our board, email email@example.com.
Maple Leaf Foods
VP of Industrial Relations
Surrey School District
UBC, Faculty of Education
Associate Professor, Chris Spencer Foundation Professor in Dyslexia
Dean of Students
The work we do is made possible by the committed and passionate staff and volunteers who work to bring our programs to life. If you are interested in working with us please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call the office at 604-873-8139.
Now Hiring LD Insturctors
Our population are students age 6 to 16 years, with documented learning disabilities. Students attend tutoring twice weekly, either Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday between 4pm and 8pm. We also provide tutoring on Saturdays from 9 am to 5 pm.
Special Education qualifications are required for LDAV remedial instruction positions.
Our delivery of service includes:
- Establishing baselines for instruction
- Design of remedial program to include three measurable goals
- Monitoring of progress and end of term reporting
- Interaction with our Educational Consultant
LDAV has a high standard for all educational programs. We also provide a positive and supportive working environment.
Join Our Team
At the moment, there are no current opportunities available.