Learning Styles – Special Needs

ADNC Neurofeedback Centre: www.neurofeedbackclinic.ca

ACT – Autism Community Training: www.actcommunity.ca

Davies & Johnston Associates (students having trouble with written output): www.daviesandjohnson.com

Eaton Arrowsmith School (improve cognitive abilities for learning disabilities and/or attention disorders): https://eatonarrowsmith.com/

Exceptional Teaching Aids



Vision : provide service for those children with “needs” a little more special than others. Provide workshops, events, consultation and resources https://4children.ca/


Reading, writing and study systems for kids with learning challenges: www.kurzweiledu.com

Laurel Behaviour Support Services

Lifeskills & Supported Living Network

Provide Behaviour Consultation and Lifeskills training to individuals ages 0-19 years (with or without a developmental disability)

Services: Building independence at home and in community, Skills acquisition from language development to routines, academics, Parent leadership, and Social Skills groups.

101-4664 Lougheed Hwy, Burnaby

Phone 778-945-1430

www.posAbilities.ca, www.laurelbc.ca

NATHHAN – NATional cHallenged Homeschoolers Assoc. Network

Christian Families Homeschooling Special Needs Children


New Pathways Educational Services

Fraser South parent support group for gifted students, learning disabilities, or other exceptionalities such as ADHD, Asperger’s etc. (to be established January 2014)


SENG (Supporting the Emotional Needs of the Gifted): www.sengifted.org

Northern Lights Learning Center (Abbotsford)

Tutoring, social ed, at – risk, ADD, ADHD


Optometry and Occupational Therapy

Vision therapy, developmental eye exams, visual perceptual exams): www.insightlearning.ca

Symbiosis Pediatric Therapy

(learning, sensory and developmental needs, occupational therapy): www.symbiosispediatrictherapy.com

The Sluis Academy (Autism Spectrum Disorder): www.sluisacademy.com

The Wishing Star Lapointe Developmental Clinic

Registered Psychologists and Registered Clinical Counselors, practicing from a developmental and connection focused perspective. Encouraging hope through nurturing support, counselling, assessment, consultation, and education. Supporting children of all ages (infants, children, young adults) and their parents, addressing their unique needs, and guiding them towards realizing their fullest potential

129 – 3388 Rosemary Heights Crescent, Surrey


Visual Spatial Learners



Home Education Council of America

Helpful encouragement from the Dec. 2015 Special Needs e-conference of Home Education Council of America:


Homeschooling is hard, and homeschooling children with learning challenges makes it a little harder (sometimes a LOT harder). However it can be done!

Homeschooling can reduce the stress level of the special needs parent.

You need to know where your child is academically, emotionally etc. and you should remind yourself what it feels like to be a child with a learning challenge.

Celebrate the little successes!

You need to carve out respite time to recharge your soul.

Schedule and routine are a must.

Don’t ignore your own health.

Create a peaceful haven in your home.