The Learning Disabilities Association of Halton-Hamilton works diligently to provide a variety of opportunities for community education and learning resources.

Lecture Series and Parent Workshops

We regularly host lectures on a variety of topics, presented by various speakers. We also provide sessions through the year that focus on Parent Advocacy and understanding the IEP and navigating the school system. Our Lecture Series page is linked from the menu dropdown and includes information on all upcoming topics and related fees. Suggested speakers and topics can be sent to our team at [email protected]

LDAHH does not endorse specific community service providers or other professionals who prescribe to specific remedies and approaches but rather we feel our role is to provide general information and allow for the public to make up their own mind and come to their own decisions.

Annual Solutions for Learning Conference

Each year we host an annual conference for educators, parents, professionals, and anyone that supports a student with a Learning Disability (LD). This one-day conference includes a morning keynote speaker, and in the afternoon we offer 3 concurrent breakout sessions where participants can select from a variety of topics of interest to them. All presentations are related to various topics on Learning Disabilities and/or ADHD aimed at increasing knowledge, understanding, and strategies that can be implemented to support the learning and well-being of students with LDs and/or ADHD.

This conference is the largest fundraising event for the LDAHH, and will directly impact our organization by allowing us to build on our important programming and services to support children, youth, and adults with Learning Disabilities.

We offer a variety of other special Events and activities through the year which are linked from our website’s menu dropdown under “Events” and we aim to offer relevant and meaningful content to our members and the wider community.  

Our Mission

To provide leadership in Learning Disabilities’ advocacy, education and services, and to advance the full participation of children, youth and adults with Learning Disabilities in today’s society.