Serving the rehabilitation community since 1996.
Since 1996, Angus Lloyd Associates Inc. has successfully assisted many students with ABI overcome academic difficulties. The strength of our ABI program resides in our collective and individual experience in addressing the academic needs of students with acquired neurological impairments:
- Our ABI program was built on the knowledge and experience Mr. Lloyd gained during his tenure at Hospital for Sick Children. During this time, he was involved extensively with implementing and researching the use of Direct Instruction programs to advance the academic skills of students with a wide range of neurological conditions and seizure disorders at the Hospital for Sick Children’s Section 27 Clinical Classroom.
- Since its inception in 1996, We have helped children from all over Ontario with a broad spectrum of learning profiles including Autism Spectrum Disorders, Neurofibromatosis, Learning Disabilities, Attention Disorders, and developmental delays to build academic skills and to overcome persisting academic difficulties.
- We have worked closely with the Spina Bifida Association as well as the Hospital for Sick Children at developing comprehensive teaching guides for parents and teachers of children with specific neurological conditions.
- We have direct knowledge of the academic correlates unique to specific areas of cognitive dysfunction for students with ABI and we offer effective strategies for remediation.
We have structured our model for providing academic rehabilitation services for students with Acquired Brain Injury to reflect our maturing perspective. Through our service model we aim to provide flexibility in how our clients utilize our expertise, and to clearly define the role of each member of the rehabilitation team in the process of academic rehabilitation.