Welcome to the LDAFS!

The Learning Disabilities Association - Fraser South is a registered charity dedicated to providing information, programs, support and resources about learning disabilities and attention deficit disorder. Although our Resource Centre is located in Surrey, British Columbia, our chapter also serves the communities of the South Fraser region, including Surrey, Delta, Langley, Abbotsford, and White Rock

Workshops and Programs

Registration has started for our Fall 2015 One to One Tutoring Program in Literacy and Math.  

Parents can look forward to continuing one to one tutoring this fall in South Delta at our NEW location in Delta Manor Education Centre.  Many thanks to the Delta School District for their support of our organization!   We will also continue to offer our fall tutoring program in Surrey/Newton at Newton Elementary and in Langley at Douglas Park Community School.  Please visit our current programs to learn more.  Register soon for best choice of dates and times!  Fall fees remain the same and we have a number of partial subsidies available courtesy of the CKNW Orphan's Fund and the City of Langley for Langley residents.  Please call us to enquire about eligibility.   

Our workshops and programs provide tools and strategies for students, parents, and professionals that will help build academic and life-long success. Visit our events and program pages regularly to see details on our upcoming activities. Please call our office to register or for more information on our programs 604.591.5156  Email info@ldafs.org 

2015 Fall Seminar & AGM: The Link Between Spelling and Reading. What Every Parent Needs to Know In the Age of Spellcheck and Twitter! presented by Nancy Young.  Free event Thursday, October 22, 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm...click to register at eventbrite

2015 FALL PRO D CONFERENCE:  Friday, October 23, 2015 - A Glimpse into the Reading Brain and the Challenge of Dyslexia presented by Nancy Young. click to register at eventbrite.  


Become a Volunteer Literacy or Math Tutor.  And make a difference in a child's life!  Learn more here or contact us at 604-591-5156