We are a registered non-profit society that offers information and support to those living with ADHD in the Greater Edmonton Area through awareness, education, and resources. We offer facilitated support groups for parents of children with ADHD, adults with ADHD and partners of adults with ADHD. Our guest speakers offer insight, advice, and hands-on workshops throughout the year.

If this is your first visit, click HERE to find out how we can help.

Upcoming Social Skills Programs from LD Edmonton

Learning Disabilities Association of Alberta Edmonton Chapter

LD Edmonton is offering Social Skills Programs in January 2019

Social Skills Group ages 8 – 12 years
8 weeks
Saturday morning, 9:30 a.m. – noon
Starts January 26, 2019

Life Project Teen Social Skills Group ages 13 – 17 years 
9 weeks
Tuesday afternoons, 4:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Starts January 29, 2019

All sessions take place at LD Edmonton office. Programs are open to everyone.

For full details and more news from LD Edmonton, please see our Activites and Groups page.

Some families may be able to obtain FSCD (Family Support for Children with Disabilities) funding to subsidize the cost of the program, depending on the needs that have been determined for their child. Contact your FSCD worker to find out if your child qualifies.LD Edmonton FSCD Vendor Number #598081 

For more information, please contact info@ldedmonton.com, call our office at 780-466-1011 or call Karen Popal @ 780-707-2085



Workshops for siblings of children with special needs!

These City of Edmonton workshops will provide opportunities for brothers and sisters of children with special health, mental health and developmental needs to obtain peer support and education within a recreational context.

Sibshops are lively, pedal-to-the-metal celebrations of the many contributions made by brothers and sisters of kids with special needs. Sibshops acknowledge that being the brother or sister of a person with special needs is for some a good thing, others a not-so-good thing and for many somewhere in between. They reflect a belief that brothers and sisters have much to offer one another if they are given the chance.

The Sibshop model intersperses Information and discussion activities with new games (designed to be unique, offbeat, and appealing to a wide ability range), cooking activities, art and recreational activities and special guests.

Sibshops seek to provide siblings with opportunities for peer support. Because Sibshops are designed (primarily) for school-aged children, peer support is provided within a lively, recreational context that emphasizes a kids’-eye-view.

Sibshops are not therapy, group or otherwise, although their effect may be therapeutic for some children. Sibshops acknowledge that most brothers and sisters of people with special needs, like their parents, are doing well, despite the challenges of an illness or disability. For more info, contact Debi Currie at 780-496-1499 or debi.currie@edmonton.ca

7– 13-year-olds

Oct 27, 2018
11am – 3pm
Edmonton Valley Zoo Saturday, 
13315 Buena Vista Road
Edventure Lodge – Multi-Purpose Rm 3 

Non-member – $41.40 Member – $37.25

Lunch is provided.

To Register, call 311 (780-442-5311 outside Edmonton) or www.edmonton.ca/ereg   course code #647161

New Program: Training in Core Social Skills

Edmonton psychologist Corinne Eckert offers regular Training in Core Social Skills programs throughout the year. To meet demand, the group has added a new program called the 1-1 Social Coaching Program. Based on their Training in Core Social Skills program, children/teens will … Continue reading