LDANR’s summer program, SLAM, is up and running in St. Catharines and Niagara Falls! Follow along with the SLAM summer camp by searching #SLAMcamp on twitter or follow SLAM instructor Melanie Grice @MsGriceM.
This program would not be as successful as it is without our amazing program coordinator, Sarah Farrell, and dedicated program staff and volunteers. This year we would like to welcome back some of our returning SLAM instructors as well as some new faces:
Thank you to everyone who came out in support of LDANR’s first golf tournament. The event was our biggest and most successful fundraiser to date!
The event would not have been possible without all of the hard work and dedication from our Leadership Niagara team. Thank you to our team: Jayne Morrish, Brenda Taylor, Jo-Ann Kinnear, Ted Nangle, Steve Shisler, Robbin St. Pierre, & Scott Graham.
Special thanks to Steve Karnay, who was on LDANR’s Leadership…
Looking to be a program sponsor? Check out our Sponsorship Proposal 2016-17 or contact Samantha at LDANiagara@cogeco.net!
Current LDANR Sponsors
Thank you to our current Golf Tournament Presenting Sponsor, Meridian Credit Union.
Thank you to Lancaster, Brooks & Welch, for being our first Silver Sponsor for the Winter 2016…
For the month of June, LDANR is participating in Canada Helps’ Great Canadian Giving Challenge (GCGC)!
For every donation made to LDANR through Canada Helps in the month of June, we will be entered to win a donation of $10,000 from Canada Helps! With a $10,000 donation, LDANR can offer our programs to more children living in Niagara with Learning Disabilities.
To donate, click the button below!
The LDANR has recently introduced minimal program fees for their after-school programs. Find out more about this by clicking the link below.
LDANR Member Letter – Nov 2015
Families needed for SickKids research study
on the genetics of reading disabilities
SUMMARY: Families are needed for a research study at SickKids (the Hospital for Sick Children), which is investigating the genetic basis of reading disabilities. We require the participation of families and their child(ren), age 6 to 16 years, who struggle with reading. Parents will receive a report describing their child’s test results, which may be helpful in educational planning. All testing will…