Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Six-month program helps those with "invisible disability"

Roz Rutten is a graduate of a 24-week program offered by the Learning Disabilities Association.

People with an "invisible disability" often can hit road blocks in life that make them feel unsuccessful. However, Canada's Learning Disabilities Association is offering a six-month program that builds their self-esteem and their skills -- helping them keep a job and reach other goals. The Leader-Post (Regina, Saskatchewan)

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