Contact Information
Office Phone 506-642-4956
Toll Free Phone Learning Disabilities Association of New Brunswick/ Troubles d'apprentissage - association du Nouveau-Brunswick Inc.: 1-877-544-7852.
E-Mail links@nb.aibn.com
Website www.ldasj.ca
Primary Contact Stacey Arthurs; Phone: 506-642-4956; Email: links@nb.aibn.com
Mailing Address c/o Saint John the Baptist King Edward School 
223 St. James St 
Saint John, NB E2L 1W3
Description & Services
Cross Reference Saint John Chapter
Description of service(s) Learning Disabilities Association, Saint John Chapter, is a not-for-profit, voluntary organization made up of parents, professionals, and interested individuals who are dedicated to increasing awareness and services for persons with Learning Disabilities in our communities. We provide support to parents, professionals, adults with LD and employers. As 80% of our population have a reading disability (dyslexia), LD symptoms are often seen only when the child begins school. 
 
LDANB Saint John Chapter was the 2005 co-beneficiary of the Greater Saint John Community Foundation gift in honour of Thomas L. McGloan, Q.C., Community Service Award recipient. 
 
LDASJ has a new brochure available: Learning Disabilities -Resource for Adults 
 
LDASJ presently offers our specialized literacy intervention program to students of SJBKE school. They are referred to us by the teachers. It is made possible through a donation of the Greater Saint John Community Foundation.
Hours email or call to leave message.
Areas Served Grand Bay - Westfield ; Hampton ; Quispamsis ; Rothesay ; St John County
Languages English ; French
Fees Membership - Annual membership fee $25.00 ; Memberships encouraged.
Location information
Site Location 210 Wentworth
Located In Community Saint John
Address & Map
223 St James St
Saint John, NB E2L 1W3
 
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Accessibility Fully Accessible
Other Details
Service Level (51) Registered Charity
Print Material Provincial newsletter "Reflexions/Réflexions"
Designated Day/Week/Month/ Events October is Learning Disabilities Awareness Month.
Subjects
Service Categories Education Advocacy Groups ~ Learning Disabilities ; Group Advocacy ~ Learning Disabilities ; Specialized Information and Referral ~ Learning Disabilities

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