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Canada Dyslexia Schools


C-1, 310 Danforth Ave.

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

(416) 778-6336


Grades: 1-9

About the School: Situated on Danforth Avenue in Toronto, Ontario, the Claremont School is the only elementary co-educating school dedicated exclusively to the teaching of students with dyslexia from Grades 1-9. We offer a tailored curriculum designed by a fellow of the Orton-Gillingham Academy for specific and intense remediation of reading, writing, and math skills. Our aim is to empower dyslexic students and prepare them for success in the mainstream once strong foundational knowledge is acquired, and to do so in the most effective and efficient manner.


985 Pinecrest Avenue

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

(613) 829-2694


Grades: 1-8

Mission: Mindware strives to empower children with learning disabilities and inspire them all to be all they can be.

About the School: MindWare was founded on the belief that all children deserve to be treated with respect and kindness. When this happens you achieve amazing results. Tired of watching children with learning disabilities struggle and slip through the cracks, our teachers have developed programs that empower students. Through remediation of skills, a multisensory approach and a structured environment, students overcome many of their challenges and flourish. By definition, children with learning disabilities are of average to above average intelligence. They deserve the chance to graduate and go on to college or university. For many students in a traditional learning environment, this is a dream that never happens. MindWare has made the difference in the lives of our students. Most of our graduates re-enter the system for grade 9 at either the applied or academic level. With some accommodations they are able to achieve marks on par with their peers. MindWare's first graduates have entered college and/or university. We are confident that their successes will continue.


21 Deloraine Avenue

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

(416) 483-9215


Grades: 1-8

About the School: Dunblaine is a non-profit elementary school that meets the unique needs and abilities of students who have been diagnosed as learning disabled, i.e. having average to above average intelligence with disorders that affect their ability to acquire and use skills in the area of listening, speaking, reading, writing, reasoning, math, spatial relationships and/or social interactions, benefit from our programs.


2294 10th Ave West

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

(604) 736-5575


Grades: K-12

Mission: Fraser Academy is a caring academic community that uses a multi-sensory approach to educate students with dyslexia or related learning processing difficulties. Programs are adapted to the needs of each student, and emphasize language development, self-esteem and self-advocacy.

About the School: The Academy is an independent, not-for profit coed day school located in Vancouver, British Columbia. We are BC's only fully accredited day school dedicated to helping students in grades 1-12 with language-based learning disabilities, including dyslexia, achieve their potential.


420 Seymour River Place

North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

(604) 985-5224


Grades: 1-8

About the School: Kenneth Gordon Maplewood Elementary School is a centre of excellence in developmentally informed instruction that empowers children with learning disabilities in a passionate, progressive and inspiring learning environment.