The Learning Disabilities Association – Saint John Chapter (LDASJ) was the lucky recipient of $3,500 from 50+Women Who Care of Greater Saint John. It will be put to good use supporting families dealing with children with Learning Disabilities (LDs) in our school system as well as adults living with LD. LD is a neurological disorder

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Preparations have started for our late fall newsletter. If you have a contribution that you would like to add to the upcoming newsletter, please submit them to Ainsley at for consideration.   You can read our Spring/Summer 2017 newsletter below.   LDANB-TAANB Spring/Summer 2017 Newsletter

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Don’t Dis my Ability

Thursday, 19 October 2017 by

October is Learning Disabilities Awareness Month.  It is about raising awareness and reducing stigma around learning disabilities to allow children and adults living with learning disabilities to get the support they need to reach their potential. What the Statistics tell us 1 in 10 person lives with a learning disability 35% of students with LDs

“Where could you be with the right mentor? This former first lady was almost the “failed first lady” — she had painstakingly concealed literacy and learning disabilities into her thirties. But an accidental meeting with her future mentor would wholly change Roxanne’s life. In this bold and personal talk, Dr. Reeves, the “accidental doctor”, gives

Barton Tutors

Wednesday, 17 August 2016 by
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2016 Atlantic Symposium

Wednesday, 10 August 2016 by

On April 22nd, 2016 LDANB-TAANB proudly hosted the 2016 Atlantic Symposium on Learning Disabilities. The event was a huge success, selling out every seat. We would like to thank all of our speakers for their contributions to the event. Please check out the pictures below for an inside look.  

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  The Learning Disabilities Association of New Brunswick (LDANB) wishes to invite you to our biennial Atlantic Symposium on Specific Learning Disabilities, which will be held at the Wu Conference Center (UNB Fredericton Campus) on Friday April 22nd, 2016. The theme of this symposium will be: Literacy, Learning Disabilities and Cognitive Strategies: Facilitating the Learning

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This 7 minute video deals with toxins and their impact on the developing brain.  For more information and videos on Learning Disabilities please visit our resource page. Little Things Matter: The Impact of Toxins on the Developing Brain

Reflexions – Fall 2015

Friday, 09 October 2015 by

Fall is a very busy time of year here at LDANB. Please take a look at our Fall 2015 Reflexions Newsletter to see all the exciting new projects that we have been working on this season. If you would like more information about any of our programs or services or if you need any information

A Great Podcast

Thursday, 23 July 2015 by

Great podcast on the effects of Learning Disabilities on Social and Emotional Development of Students with LDs from LDAO website (Funded by the Ontario Ministry of Education) :