LDAWE Evening Programs

What programs are available?

ABC 123 Tutoring (Windsor and Essex)

BEST Social Skills (1. Foundations 2. Dealing with Emotions 3. Friendship) (Windsor and Essex)

LEGO Club for Social Skills (for ADHD)

Brainology

SOAR (Some Assembly Required) Transition Planning Program: Transition to High School

Youth Recreation Program

Tech 101 – Digital Literacy

What is the eligibility criteria?

ABC 123 Tutoring: grades 3-6 with a diagnosed LD and/or ADHD

BEST Social Skills: 8-12 years old with a diagnosed LD and/or ADHD

LEGO Club for Social Skills: 7-12 years old diagnosed with ADHD

Brainology: youth 11-14 (grades 5-9) diagnosed with LD/ADHD

SOAR Transition Planning Program: youth entering grade 6-9 with a diagnosed LD or ADHD

Youth Recreation Program: youth 12-18 years of age with a diagnosed LD or ADHD

Tech 101 – Digital Literacy: grades 3-6 with a diagnosed LD and/or ADHD

How long does the program run?

ABC 123 Tutoring: 7 week session

BEST Social Skills (1. Foundations 2. Dealing with Emotions 3. Friendship): 7 week session

LEGO Club for Social Skills: 6 week session

Brainology: 7 week session

SOAR Transition Planning Program: 8 week session

Youth Recreation Program: 3 month sessions

Tech 101 – Digital Literacy: 4 weeks

How do I register my child?

Space is limited by program specifications. Online registration is available at www.ldawe.ca (services – programs – choose the appropriate age category – choose the appropriate area of need – choose the appropriate program registration form – fill out online). The program assistant will call to confirm registration. Registrations will be accepted up to two weeks prior to the program start date. Due to the high demand, your position will be secured once payment has been received.

How can I pay?

ABC 123 Tutoring: $150 for non-LDA members and $100 for LDA members

BEST Social Skills: $150 for non-LDA members and $100 for LDA members

LEGO Club for Social Skills: $150 for non-LDA members and $100 for LDA members

Brainology: $175 for non-LDA members and $125 for LDA members

SOAR Transition Planning Program: $175 for non-LDA members and $125 for LDA members

Youth Recreation Program: $20 / 3 months session

Tech 101 – Digital Literacy: $150 for non-LDA members and $100 for LDA members

Payment for programs is due upon your child’s completed registration form.

Fees are payable by cash, cheque, or Visa only – a $5 processing fee will apply to debit/credit payments. Currently, dated cheques must be made out to “Learning Disabilities Association of Windsor-Essex County”. Failure to pay registration fees and/or administration fees will result in a child being withdrawn from the program.

Is a subsidy available for programs?

Families and individuals eligible for the Ontario Sales Tax Credit will be eligible for a program subsidy. The Ontario Sales Tax Credit is issued monthly as part of the Ontario Trillium Benefit. Proof that the individual or family is receiving the Ontario Sales Tax Credit (letter) will be required for consideration of subsidy.

What are the program hours?

ABC 123 Tutoring Windsor: 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

ABC 123 Tutoring Essex: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

BEST Social Skills Windsor and Essex: 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

LEGO Club for Social Skills: 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Brainology: 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

SOAR Transition Planning Program: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Youth Recreation Program: Activity-specific times

Tech 101 – Digital Literacy: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

How will I know if my child is registered?

We will call you upon completion of the online registration for confirmation. Guaranteed spots are given to students paid in full.

What is your refund and program cancellation policy?

Full refunds are available and up to the discretion of the Program Coordinator and will be processed within 7-10 business days and refunded back to the original form of payment. In the event that a program is cancelled due to a variety of reasons including inclement weather, staff sick, or room booking has been cancelled families will be notified as soon as possible by phone call, email, or social media. A week will be added to the end of the program on the same night of the week if time and room booking is permitted.

What if my child misses a day?

If a child is absent one day, it does not affect the child’s participation. Please notify the lead by leaving a message on the site-specific cell phone, due to scheduling differences and program size limits, missed days cannot be made up. However, once we have started the programs, LDAWE has invested in the required program materials and personnel and cannot offer a refund for missed days.

What is the Waiting List Policy?

Specific programs are very popular and can fill up quickly. We do our best to accept as many registrants as possible; however, we are limited by the availability of program space. As a result, we sometimes have to place children on a waiting list. If additional spaces become available, these children are given first priority. Please register early to avoid disappointment.

Medical and other information about your child

Prior to attending LDAWE programs, we require certain medical information, such as allergies, medical issues or behaviour plans which can all be noted on the online registration forms. We will also require an updated IEP or psychology report sent directly to the organization either through fax (519-252-4169), email (info@ldawe.ca), mail (3945 Matchette Rd, Windsor, ON N9C 4C2) or dropped off directly to the office. This will provide the Lead Facilitators with knowledge of specific information about your child to ensure safe and fun participation in the program.

All programs involve some risk, and by registering for a program, there is an assumption of risk made by the participant. LDAWE programs are dedicated to providing safe facilities and using personnel and equipment that is designed to be safe. Although trained in first aid, CPR and EpiPen administration, Lead Facilitators are NOT trained in the provision of medical services of any kind. If your child requires regular medical services (diabetes blood testing, administration of medication, etc), please contact the Learning Disabilities Association of Windsor-Essex County office to make arrangements for your child’s caregiver during programs.

Please note that at this time there is no proper procedure for medication to be available on site and accommodations for medicine storage and administration cannot be arranged at this time.

By enrolling your child in LDAWE programs, you agree to not hold LDAWE, its Franchisees, Agents, Representatives, Facilities, Employees, Managers, Contractors and Instructors liable for any medical emergencies or conditions your child may experience, related directly or indirectly to a program.

How many locations offer programs?

ABC 123 Tutoring is offered in both Windsor and Essex.

BEST Social Skills (1. Foundations 2. Dealing with Emotions 3. Friendship) is offered in both Windsor and Essex.

LEGO Club for Social Skills (for ADHD) is offered in Windsor.

Brainology is offered in Windsor.

SOAR (Some Assembly Required) Transition Planning Program: Transition to High School is offered in Windsor.

Youth Recreation Program is offered at various community locations dependant on activities.

Tech 101 – Digital Literacy is offered in Windsor.

*Windsor programs are located at Our Lady of Perpetual Help School (775 Capitol St. Windsor, ON N8X 5E3)

*Essex programs are located at Holy Name Elementary (200 Fairview Ave. W. Essex ON N8M 1Y1)

If you have any other questions, please call us at 519-252-7889 or send an email to info@ldawe.ca.