LDANL provides one-on-one and group sessions to empower adult learners by preparing them for better opportunities. This includes professional development sessions; self-advocacy preparation; transition and navigation support; career development; skill development for postsecondary education, career and life in general. LDANL facilitates regular Peer Support Groups to bring together the adult LD population where they get an opportunity to share their lived experiences, socialize and learn from each other’s experiences to thrive better.
Peer Support Group for Adults with LD
Peer Support Group: Our support group is a fun and easy-going place for adults with learning disabilities to meet and contact other adults with learning disabilities from across the province. The goal of this is to establish a community of people with learning disabilities in order to help each other out with the various issues that we may have encountered because of our challenges.
Please do not hesitate to contact our Empowerment Coordinator, Cayley Blair-Steele (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions.
This program is funded by the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador as part of the Adult Literacy Action Plan.