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Learning Disabilities - Central East

Learning disabilities affect the way in which a person takes in, remembers, understands and expresses information. Living with a learning disability can have an ongoing impact on friendships, school, work, self-esteem and daily life.

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These services serve all or part of Central East
Camp Towhee   Haliburton
Learning Disabilities Association of Peterborough (The)   Peterborough
Learning Disabilities Association of Peterborough (The) - Education Seminars and Workshops   Peterborough
Learning Disabilities Association of Peterborough (The) - Exam Prep Program   Peterborough
Learning Disabilities Association of Peterborough (The) - Next Step: High School   Peterborough
Learning Disabilities Association of Peterborough (The) - Resource Library   Peterborough
Learning Disabilities Association of Peterborough (The) - SoAR: Some Assembly Required   Peterborough
Learning Disabilities Association of Peterborough (The) - Stay in School High School Program   Peterborough
Learning Disabilities Association of Peterborough (The) - Technology For Learning Development Program   Peterborough
Reading Room (The)   Colborne

These services are located outside of Central East, but provide service to Central East.
JVS Toronto - Head Office   Toronto
Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario   Etobicoke
Mindwerx 4 Kids - One Care IBI/ABA Therapy   Etobicoke
Ontario Agencies Supporting Individuals with Special Needs  
Ontario. Ministry of Education - Trillium Demonstration School   Milton
PAL-Reading Services   Toronto


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