Thank you to all of our Supporters! Without your help LDAWE would not be able to provide all of the services and programs that we currently offer to this community.
The Ministry of Community and Social Services has contracted LDAWE to provide employment supports to individuals with disabilities through the Ontario Disabilities Supports Program - Employment Supports (ODSP-ES).
The Greater Essex County District School Board has contracted LDAWE to provide adaptive technology training to students with disabilities who have recently received Special Equipment Amount (SEA) claim equipment.
The Windsor Essex Catholic District School Board entered into a service contract with LDAWE to provide an after-school and summer enrichment programs for children who are not achieving curriculum standards in reading or writing from grades 3–8. The Windsor Essex Catholic District School Board has also contracted LDAWE to provide adaptive technology training to students with disabilities who have recently received SEA claim equipment.
The City of Windsor has contracted LDAWE to provide client intervention services and psychological services to Ontario Works recipients who have diagnosed or suspected learning disabilities or attention deficit disorder.
The Windsor Star, through the Raise-a-Reader Foundation, advanced funds to provide subsidies to children and youth with learning disabilities or ADHD attending the literacy and digital portion of a variety of LDAWE's programs and camps. A small portion of the funds will also be used to purchase tutoring resources to be used in the tutoring program and in LDAWE's lending library.
Service Canada, under the Canada Summer Jobs 2017 program, advanced funds to allow LDAWE to hire 6 students during the summer.
The May Court Club of Windsor advanced funds to sponsor program subsidies, which enables children and youth with learning disabilities and ADHD, who are in financially disadvantaged families, to participate in the Association's programs.
The Sertoma Club of Windsor advanced funds to sponsor the Youth and Adult Recreation Programs.
In 2017, WFCU provided funding through its Community Donations Fund to provide a monthly social and support group for adults.
In 2017, W.E. Care For Kids provided funding to purchase 10 iPads and reading software for use in child literacy programs.
2016 - 2017 Donors:
2016 - 2017 Donations In Kind: