Who We Are
The Learning Disabilities and ADHD Network is a collaborative of a broad group of organizations and individuals, which is operated through Foothills Academy Society.
Carola Tiltmann is the Manager of the Learning Disabilities & ADHD Network and is also one of the Community Managers at Foothills Academy.
Members of the Network Advisory Committee are knowledgeable, capable, and passionate individuals from across the public, private, and nonprofit sectors in the Calgary Region who have a deep commitment to supporting the needs of people with Learning Disabilities &/or ADHD. The Advisory Committee has a fluid membership, based on the availability and priorities of interested individuals/organizations.
Advisory Committee Members
Numerous organizations have been involved with the Network since 2014, including:
- Foothills Academy Society
- CanLearn Society
- Calgary Board of Education
- Calgary Catholic School District
- Calgary Academy
- Rundle Academy
- Stoney Nakoda Education Authority
- Tsuut’ina Education Department
- Independent School Advisory Committee
- Calgary Regional Collaborative Services
- Alberta Health Services
- University of Calgary
- Werklund School of Education
- Cumming School of Medicine
- Owerko Centre
- Mount Royal University
- Southern Alberta Institute of Technology
- Learning Disabilities Association of Alberta
- Learning Disabilities Association of Canada
- AHS: Treatment Resistant ADHD Clinic
- Calgary Immigrant Womens’ Association
- ADHD Parent Links
- Hill Psychological Services
- UDiscover Learning
- Lighthouse Psychology Services
- Macdonald Psychology Group
Experience and Expertise Shared Around the Table
The Learning Disabilities & ADHD Network has been meeting and collaborating since the 1980’s, when it was originally known as the LD Stakeholders Group. Member organizations of this long-standing Network regularly present at conferences and provide workshops and courses on the topics of Learning Disabilities, ADHD, and related topics. We undertake research projects in the field, collaborate with each other on various initiatives, and jointly develop content for the Network. Most importantly, we have shared our professional, personal, and family experiences about Learning Disabilities & ADHD – and we have learned tremendously from each other. Learn more under What We Do.
In 2018, Calgary Region LD & ADHD Network was proud to be nominated for a Spirits of Gold “Together We Can” award through Calgary & Area United Way for the collaborative nature of our initiative.
We are people whose lives have been touched by Learning Disabilities & ADHD, and whose life’s work has been to support individuals who struggle with learning and attention challenges.