About the Joshua Tree Learning CentreA multidisciplinary, collaborative practice grounded in research.
About the Joshua Tree Learning Centre
- psycho-educational assessment
- educational programs
- speech and language therapy
- remedial reading, writing, and math learning programs
- homework support
- workshops for parents, children, and professionals
It is our goal that The Joshua Tree Learning Centre become a “shared educational forum”
Joshua Tree Learning Centre Services
Monday: 9:00 am to 9:00 pm
Tuesday: 9:00 am to 9:00 pm
Wednesday: 9:00 am to 9:00 pm
Thursday: 9:00 am to 9:00 pm
Friday: 9:00 am to 9:00 pm
The Joshua Tree
We can learn a lot from the Joshua Tree
The Joshua Tree has learned
to adapt and change.|
Joshua Trees have developed a suite of adaptations to survive and thrive, despite the harsh conditions of the desert. They are an important part of the ecosystem and provide much needed resources for other species that live there. As a result, the Joshua Tree has become a symbol of resilience and hope. It is our goal at The Joshua Tree Learning Centre to provide a place of hope and encouragement, while nurturing individual strengths and abilities. We believe all minds have something important to contribute to our world and we want to be a part of that journey.
The Joshua Tree Learning Centre is dedicated to the memory of Joshua Moffatt.
Joshua, my youngest brother, was born in May, 1982 and passed away in August, 2000. Joshua loved life and was committed to achieving his potential, despite the challenges he sometimes faced. From a young age, I learned the power of a holistic, collaborative approach to supporting Joshua meet his potential, and I was honoured to be a part of his team.
Joshua achieved what many thought he wouldn’t. With the support of a loving family, a team of caring professionals, assistive technology, and a “two thumbs up” attitude from Joshua, he not only achieved his goals, but surpassed them. He provided the world with the gifts of laughter, unconditional love, patience, and hope. He taught us to slow down, communicate honestly and love freely and openly. Isn’t it interesting how an individual with “disabilities” became one of the biggest influences in my life.