MCLD 2016

We are celebrating our 50 years anniversary


The Montreal Centre for Learning Disabilities (MCLD) is a charitable organization that aims to disseminate information, promote awareness and provide innovative services and programs to the English speaking community in Greater Montreal and the surrounding areas. Working for and with children, parents, individuals and families dealing with learning disabilities, ADHD and Mild ASD, the MCLD has been providing support through information, referrals, programming, and advocacy since the 1960's.

 

Adult LD Employment Program & Adult LD Support Group

 

 

Our programs aid adults with learning disabilities to understand & cope with LD, job skills, writing a CV, the interview process, communication skills, support and more.
Where:
Queen Elizabeth Health Center
Contact Desiree Chaker at
(514) 488-8989
Monday & Friday

 

 

 

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Welcome to Montreal Centre for Learning Disabilities

MCLD is a is a charitable organization that aims to disseminate information, promote awareness and provide innovative services and programs to the English speaking community in Montreal. Working for and with children, parents, individuals and families dealing with learning disabilities, ADHD and Mild ASD . MCLD has been providing support through information, referrals, programming and advocacy since the 1960's.

Since one of our main goals is to disseminate information, we are pleased to present PERSPECTIVES! Each month, you will be able to access articles related to Learning Disabilities, ADHD and Mild ASD , written by various specialists, students and parents from Montreal's English community. Also, by liking our facebook page, you will be able to gain access to the most up to date information, available resources and thoughts of inspiration.

Learning Disabilities

1 in 10 Canadians has a learning disability. A person can be of average or above-average intelligence, not have any major sensory problems (like a hearing impairment), and yet struggle to keep up with people of the same age in learning and regular functioning.Read More +