The Learning Disabilities Association of Toronto District (LDATD) is not-for-profit charitable organization serving individuals of all ages who are living with learning disabilities and/or AD(H)D. LDATD provides education, advocacy and services to support children, youth, adults and seniors.
LDATD offers specialized programming for children and youth, designed to help children from their early years through to their young adulthood in all aspects of life.
Year-round programming includes tutoring, keyboarding, assistive technology, social skills, yoga and mindfulness, after-school programming, life skills, and leadership development. It also offers fun and educational March break and summer camps.
LDATD’s team is available by phone or email to support families in finding the right programming fit for their individual needs and goals. Families may qualify for subsidies and payment plans for fee for service programs.