Child and Adolescent Programs

Technology for Learning Development

Technology for Learning Development is a one-to-one tutoring program for students Grades 1-10 who are experiencing difficulties in the areas of reading, writing and mathematics.  Students utilize computers loaded with educational and assistive software as well as iPads loaded with apps  to maintain and develop literacy and basic math skills, learning strategies to overcome their disability, as well as enhancing their views of education and learning.

Please contact Kristi McKay or call (705) 748-9455.
Pre-Pay Cost: $230.00 for an 8-week tutoring program/2nd child $150.00                                                                           Weekly Payment Cost: $240.00 for an 8-week tutoring program / 30.00 weekly & pay for the first & last tutoring sessions up front ($60.00 the first night of tutoring)/2nd child $75.00 monthly

Resource Library

A comprehensive choice of books, videos, journals and articles on Learning Disabilities and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder are available for loan or use at the Center. Staff and volunteers will assist in helping choose the most appropriate material.

Cost: A Provincial or Library membership of $20.00 per year is required for the borrowing of material.

 SOAR (Some Assembly Required)

SOAR is a program for students in grades 7, 8 and 9, developed by the Learning Disability Association of Ontario to encourage self-awareness, how to express ideas and follow directions, and becoming a self-advocate in the learning process and decision-making. The program’s focus is preparedness for a successful transition to high school, specific to Learning Disabled students.

Cost: $230.00 per student

Stay in School (SIS)

The Stay in School (SIS) high school program targets high school students in danger of leaving school before completing their credits. The program also supports students who are currently attending high school but are struggling with course completion or credit achievement.
SIS focuses on literacy, assistive technology training, study skills development and increasing self-advocacy and social skills.

Please contact Kristi McKay or call (705) 748-9455.