Our Programs

Programs & Services Offered by Centre for Diverse Learners

We’re thrilled to announce a significant enhancement to our registration process, designed with parents and families in mind. Enrolling in our diverse range of programs is now simpler and more efficient than ever before. Say goodbye to lengthy forms and multiple steps – our all-in-one registration form revolutionizes the way you sign up for the programs that matter most to you.

We understand that your time is precious, and we’re committed to simplifying the registration journey for you. This innovative approach streamlines the process, making it more accessible and user-friendly. 

If you require any assistance filling this form out please call (905) 333-1977 or email [email protected] 

Mastering Mathematics

Students with suspected or diagnosed LDs are struggling with math and have demonstrated a need for this type of support.

Leaps in Literacy

Leaps in Literacy is an 8-week reading program for children and youth 6-12 years old who struggle with the attainment of early literacy skills due to an identified or suspected learning disability.

Social Skills

This program assists in the development of social skills and social problem-solving strategies, while also promoting self-esteem and self-advocacy in a supportive environment.

Executive Functioning Program

This program supports students by learning strategies coaching that will help them learn the skills they need to independently complete homework assignments, larger projects, and/or study for tests.

Next Steps to Highschool

This program focuses on the basics of learning and Learning Disabilities, provides an opportunity for personal skill development, and prepares students for their transition into high school.

Next Steps After Highschool

The Next Steps program was designed to assist in the transition to Post-Secondary, while creating the opportunity to eliminate anxiety and confusion of picking a career.

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Next Steps to the Workplace

This program that focuses on the basics of communication skills for the workplace and self-advocacy as they prepare for part-time and full-time employment.

Orton-Gillingham Instructional Remediation

This approach is language-based, multi-sensory, structured, sequential, cumulative, cognitive, and flexible. Infinitely adaptable, it is a philosophy rather than a system.

Assistive Technology

This program models effective use of computerized devices to promote confidence with academic skills like reading, writing, listening, speaking, and mathematics.

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French Program

This program is designed for students needing additional support with French language skills (e.g., reading, writing, listening, and speaking)

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