Why choose the Pathways to Success Program?

Students often experience difficulties associated with career exploration and supports during their High-School years, and having a diagnosed Learning Disability while searching for a career that eliminates barriers can be difficult. The Pathways to Success program is a highly interactive course designed to assist in the transition to either a Post-Secondary Education or a Career; all while developing the skills to navigate life with a Learning Disability. The aim of this program is to ensure students are able to thrive once they’ve graduated high school and creating opportunities for students to feel excited and motivated to approach this new chapter.

Program Description

Designed specifically for students with Learning Disabilities and their supports, Pathways to Success is a program intended to assist students in their transition from high-school to their desired goals for the future. Students will have the opportunity to set career-specific goals, establish self-advocacy techniques, and gain the skills and resources needed to successfully transition from high-school. Rather than a lecture based program, Pathways to Success is workshop based that will combine community partnerships and individuals with lived experience of LD/ADHD that are leading successful careers to encourage and uplift students. 

Parents, guardians and supports are offered a separate weekly session for understanding the resources available and how to best support the student through this period of change. Upon completion of the 10 weeks, students should feel more confident in their decisions for their future and how to reach the goals they set out for themselves.

Application Details


October 13 – December 15
Winter Dates: 
January 5 – March 10th 

Program Length

10 Weeks

Grade 10-12 Students




Wednesdays 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

Thursdays 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
(Optional Parent Piece)

Location - TBD

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Required documents: Please note that a copy of the student’s psych-ed assessment and/or current IEP must be provided at the point of registration in order to enroll your student into this program. Required documents are shared only with program staff. Please email all documents to elle_morgan@ldahh.ca


Program Cancellation Policy

50% of the registration fee will be refunded for any program cancellation received 2 weeks prior to the first class.

Please contact us for any cancellation questions at info@ldahh.ca.

Many of our programs have limited space available as we aim to provide a low student to teacher ratio; unfortunately space cannot be held for any student until payment is received.

We reserve the right to cancel program sessions if minimum numbers are not reached.

COVID-19 Policy

The Learning Disabilities Association of Halton-Hamilton follows and will continue to follow all Public Health guidelines and requirements for the operation of its in-person programs. However, due to the unpredictable nature of COVID-19 and it’s affect on the Halton-Hamilton area, the Learning Disabilities Association of Halton-Hamilton reserves the right to transition all in-person classes to a virtual environment in accordance to any recommendation by Health Canada. When signing up for this program, you agree that in-person classes may be held online when deemed necessary. No refunds will be applicable in the case that classes continue in-person and families choose to withdraw, but applicants will have the choice to withdraw if classes transition to online-based learning.

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We are a registered charitable organization that does not receive any government funding to support our initiatives. Your gift will help us to ensure we can continue providing our programs and services to support those who are impacted by Learning Disabilities in Halton and Hamilton.

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