Introducing our New Camp Abilities for Children 6-7 Years!
Does your child have trouble managing their emotions or social relationships?
Do they having troubling making and keeping friends?
Do they have difficulty with organizational skills?
Trouble paying attention or staying on task?
We Can Help!
Join us for our
Camp Abilities Summer Program For children 6-7 Years old
This New Camp Abilities program is structured for children ages 6-7yrs, children that are 5 years old and have completed a year of kindergarten may register for this camp. who are struggling at keeping friends and interacting with their peers. Participants will learn social skills in a safe setting in the morning and then practice what they have learned out in the community in the afternoon.
Some families are able to obtain FSCD (Family Support for Children with Disabilities) funding for their child to attend camp depending on the determined needs of their child. Contact your FSCD worker to see if your child qualifies.
All sessions take place at the LD Edmonton office.
Our groups specialize in children with ADHD and Learning Disabilities
Register for Our Youth, Children's and Teen Camp Abilities Summer Programs
Tourettes Canada - Edmonton Chapter Helps Tourettes Members Out!
Tourettes Canada is offering Bursaries for summer camps for any parent portion not covered by FSCD. No FSCD contract? - not a problem, you can still apply for a bursary!
1. Child Must have a Tourettes Diagnosis and the Family MUST have an active Tourettes Society Membership
Not a member yet? - click here https://tourette.ca/product/individual-membership/ or call our National Office at 1-800-361-3120
2. Proof of camp registration MUST be provided
3. Submissions MUST be received by July 15, 2018
What is a Bursary?
Tourettes Society local chapter does fundraising throughout the year, with the major Fundraiser being the Planes, Trains, and Auctionbales put on by the Rotary Club of Edmonton - Sunrise, allowing the local chapter to provide monies to local families to assist with the cost of Summer Camps.
Bursaries are NOT based on income but are first come, first serve.
Please download the attached Bursary Application, please submit to email@example.com
Shaw Charity Classic - Birdies for Kids presented by AltaLink
LD Edmonton is thrilled to be one of the participating charities for Birdies for Kids!
Donate Online to LD Edmonton and your gift will be matched up to 50%
Birdies for Kids is a non-profit program run under the Calgary Shaw Charity Classic Foundation and is designed to help raise funds for local charities. The motto for the tournament’s charitable efforts is ‘Helping Kids. Changing Lives.’
Shaw Charity Classic
The Shaw Charity Classic is a PGA Tour Champions event featuring professional golfers among the likes of Golf Hall of Famers Tom Watson, Fred Couples and Colin Montgomerie. Please stay tuned to our Facebook page for the 2019 dates!
Using the link below, donate to LD Edmonton. Birdies for Kids will match up to 50% of your donation and all the funds will go directly to the LD Edmonton.
Thank you for investing in our organization, so we can continue to provide services to individuals and families coping with learning disabilities, ADHD, and other special needs!
Donate Online to LD Edmonton and your gift will be matched up to 50% - (Don’t forget to select LD Edmonton as the participating charity!)
The Judy Craig Professional Development Award (JCPDA)
LD Edmonton is pleased to announce this award is open to all teachers, educational assistants, and those professionals directly involved with instruction and programming for students with learning disabilities or related learning disorders. The purpose of the award is to encourage and support the development of both knowledge and expertise of professional practitioners. Only those professionals and paraprofessionals working in the Edmonton area are eligible to apply (EPSB, ECS, Elk Island, St. Albert Catholic and Protestant).
Two awards will be offered on an annual basis, and given to the nominees chosen by the Judy Craig Professional Development Award (JCPDA) Selection Committee, as established by the current Board of Directors of the Learning Disabilities Association of Alberta - Edmonton Chapter (LDEdmonton).
The application form is to be submitted by an individual or group knowledgeable about the work being done by the nominee, who has given their permission for the nomination submission. The nominee must be currently employed by an institution providing education or health services, with professional/paraprofessional certification in place. It is preferable that the applicant has been active in the field for at least two years prior to the nomination for the JCPDA.
The stipend from the JCPDA Endowment Fund must be used to pay for specific professional resources, for relevant conference registration, or for a unique event that would result in increased knowledge or skill related to learning disabilities. In all cases, the rationale for spending the funds would be described on the application, as well as the expected results from the professional development experience. Any subsequent change as to expenditure of funds would need to be approved by the JCPDA Selection Committee.
The monies ($500.00 each) would be available to the successful candidates by June 30 of each year.