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Organizations and Associations

Canadian Resources

  • Canadian Association for Community Living (CACL) - The Canadian Association for Community Living is a Canada-wide association of family members and others working for the benefit of persons of all ages who have an intellectual disability.

 

  • The Society for the Advancement of Excellence in Education (SAEE) -  provides non-partisan education research and information to policy-makers, education partners and the public.  Our mission is to develop new Canadian knowledge on school improvement and foster the understanding of its uses. We support public schools and those who work with them to improve outcomes for all students.

 

Ontario Resources

  • LDAC - LDAC provides understanding and support to people with learning disabilities, their parents, teachers and other professionals. Working with their network of provincial/territorial and local partners, they provide cutting edge information on learning disabilities, practical solutions, and tools you can use

 

  • LDAO - (LDAO) The Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario is a charitable non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of children, youth and adults with learning disabilities that offers many resources, services, information, venues and products designed to help people with LDs and ADHD, as well as parents, teachers, and other professionals.

 

  • OAEA -  The Ontario Association of Education Advocates (OAEA) is a not-for-profit organization with voluntary membership.  The OAEA believes that the key to effective educational programs for students requires collaboration- as equals - by parents and educators.  The OAEA's mission is to act as a united voice to promote and strengthen the professionalism of Education Advocates, thereby advancing the quality of representation for students and parents.  If you are searching for an Educational Advocate in your area or with a specific area of expertise you can find one on their internet-accessible database.

Dufferin County Resources

  • Parents of Exceptional Children (PEC) - The Parents of Exceptional Children (PEC) Support Network is devoted to supporting and informing the parents and caregivers of exceptional children.  It is our goal to provide ongoing support, education and resources to better help families understand and successfully maneuver through the educational system.

International Resources


Contact Information

Christina Walsh, Educational Advocate
Back to Basics Educational Services

Tel: 519-925-9164

Email: Special Education Advocate
 

 

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