Register now for Fall programs!

Does your child have difficulty with reading, writing or math?

One to one Tutoring for ages 7 to 14

Affordable  |  Individualized  | Effective

October 7 to December 12, 2013
one hour sessions | twice a week after-school

Register at 604.591.5156 or more info:   | 

Real Reading Tutoring

Encourages an interest in reading for enjoyment while improving the literacy skills of students who are struggling with reading, spelling, comprehension and/or writing.  A trained tutor works one on one with the student following an individualized learning plan and setting specific goals for the student.

October 7 to December 12
Tutoring fees:  $23 per hour

Generously funded by  

Additional subsidies may be available courtesy of CKNW Orphan's Fund

Tutoring Locations:

Central Surrey:  
Janice Churchill Elementary
South Surrey:    
HT Thrift Elementary
Douglas Park Community School

Why choose LDAFS Programs?
  • Specialized programs recommended for learning disabilities, Attention Deficit Disorder or any child struggling with learning
  • Caring and empathetic teachers and tutors
  • Free assessment, daily written feedback
  • Affordable, lower fees; some subsidies available
  • Registration includes free membership in LDAFS and access to our resources
  • Opportunity for complimentary event tickets courtesy of Kids Up Front
  • Non-profit; We are here to help

Register today at 604.591.5156

Real Math Tutoring

Is intentional learning in a playful context. Students work in a one on one situation to become aware of, evaluate, and set goals for their learning in math.  Based on current research, students are prompted to use manipulatives or "tools" in a playful manner to practice and celebrate their successes on their individualized math goals.

October 7 to December 12
Tutoring fees:  $12 per hour*

*We are able to offer math tutoring at a lower fee courtesy of Coast Capital Savings which has provided funding for this new program

Generously funded by     

Multi-sensory Keyboarding Instruction

This program uses direct instruction to teach students how to touch-type using the computer keyboard.  The unique Typeright tm method uses multisensory  techniques that are effective in both teaching touch-typing skills and in motivating students to practice.  Includes student workbook.  Recommended for ages 8 and up. Choose from these dates:
Tuesdays, October 8 to Nov. 26
5, 6 or 7 pm  
Thursdays, October 10 to Dec. 5
5, 6 or 7 pm
Saturdays, October 12 to Nov. 30
9, 10, 11 am, 12:30, 1:30, 2:30 pm

Held at the LDAFS Resource Centre, #201-13766 - 72 Avenue, Surrey
Program fee: $290 for 8 sessions

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