Despite the enormous progress made to date, it’s still a fact that:
Parents have to fight for their children to obtain the services and tools they need—and should be entitled to—to pursue their education;
Young adults struggle throughout their postsecondary studies to obtain the services and tools they need to succeed alongside students without learning disabilities;
Working adults with LD often have problems during their careers, finding themselves in difficult situations where they don’t dare reveal their LD for fear of being judged, overlooked for a job, passed over for a promotion, or even fired
There are currently 9 Provincial Learning Disabilities Associations (LDAs) and one territory LDA in Canada.