When a person has a Learning Disability, what he or she should be able to do is different from what he or she is actually able to do.

Our programs are based on the philosophy that the greatest personal learning and growth occurs when children are provided with safe, nurturing environments that recognize and celebrate their strengths, while addressing their differences. Through meaningful connection with each child, our facilitators work to understand what each child requires to feel safe and respected.

A Learning Disability may mean difficulty with one or more of the following:

  • reading
  • self-control
  • coordination
  • writing
  • attention
  • memory
  • mathematics
  • organizational skills
  • following instructions
We acknowledge the financial support of the Province of British Columbia.

The Big Picture: Rethinking Dyslexia Film & Special Presentation

Cancelled – If you are interested in attending this event on another day & time, please contact info@ldasvi.bc.ca and we will advise you of future opportunities.