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Literacy Links

Learning Networks of Ontario made up of 16 learning networks from across Ontario. Each network provides support to Literacy and Basic Skills (LBS) programs through core services which are funded by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities (MTCU) as part of Employment Ontario (EO).

Employment Ontario Employment Service –  resources and personalized advice and services to help people assess their skills and experience, find work and start on the path to skills training. 

Ontario Workshelps people who are in financial need. Offers financial assistance and employment assistance including access to basic education and job-specific training for eligible participants.  

AlphaPlus – provides training, services, tools and resources to adult literacy agencies and educators in Ontario and Canada, serving adult learners in Deaf, Native, Francophone and Anglophone literacy streams. 

Laubach Literacy Ontario – a volunteer-driven, non-profit charitable organization dedicated to increasing literacy in Ontario, guided by the principle of “Each one Teach One”.

Community Literacy of Ontario – a provincial literacy network of 100 community literacy agencies across Ontario.

Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario – provides leadership in learning disabilities advocacy, research, education and services and to advance the full participation of children, youth and adults with learning disabilities in today’s society.

Learning Disabilities Association of Toronto – a chapter of the Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario (LDAO) serving the City of Toronto.

Essential Skills Ontario  – a non-profit organization that works to find the most innovative, efficient and effective solutions that provide adults with the skills they need to thrive in a rapidly-changing world. 

Employment Ontario Partners Gateway – provides support to service providers delivering Employment Ontario programs and services. It provides tools and materials to support the Employment Ontario brand, and employment and training information within the Employment Ontario network of service providers.

OKLearn – an online toolkit aimed at providing adult learners and those who refer adults to the broad array of education and training programs, with easy-access visual materials and information that can guide next steps along the learning journey.