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Arrowsmith Program Open House – talk about brain change

Join us Wednesday, August 23, 2017, 7 – 9 pm for the Arrowsmith Program Open House at 617 Erin St. All students benefit from Arrowsmith Program cognitive training, regardless of where you start on your journey through the broad spectrum of mild

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Be a Reading Hero! Take a walk in the park – May 27th

            Be a Reading Hero! Walk, sponsor or donate to the 7th annual A Walk in the Park on Saturday May 27th, to support children’s literacy and learning in our communities with the Learning Disabilities

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The Path: Coming to Terms with LD and AD/HD

Executive Director’s Note: Below is an article I wrote for the Manitoba Child Care Association newsletter in 2002, when I had been with LDA Manitoba for two years.  It still reflects the phases in the parenting journey expressed to me

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Six Decades of Learning Disabilities in Manitoba

If you or someone close to you have a learning disability, you know how much it means when somebody lends a helping hand. At the Learning Disabilities Association of Manitoba (LDAM) we have been helping young people and their parents,

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What Jeffrey Moore’s Story Means for Children with Disabilities

Any parent who has a child with a learning disability should hear the story of Jeffrey Moore. It is a story of parents who fought for their child’s right to have access to the educational support he needed to learn

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