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Learning Disabilities Association of BC

About

It is estimated that one in ten people in BC – approximately 400,000 – from all age, ethnic, and social groups, are affected by learning disabilities. LDABC’s mandate is to be the Provincial network and voice for persons with Learning Disabilities (LD) and those who support them.

Founded in 1973, the association provides information and resources to ensure the full participation of children, youth and adults with LD in today’s society.

Our mission is to advance the education, employment, social development, legal rights and general well being of people with learning disabilities in the province of British Columbia. Currently there are chapters in Victoria, Vancouver, Surrey, Vernon and Williams Lake. Each chapter provides direct community programming.