CLED-Campaign For Learning Disabilities is a registered Ghanaian not-for-profit and non-governmental organization, established in 2012 to campaign for children & young people with learning disabilities, Irlen Syndrome and provide support services to them, their parents, those who teach and work with them.
We provide assessment and remedial services to children with learning disabilities in public and private schools.
We are committed to advancing understanding, awareness, and interventions for learning disabilities,Irlen Syndrome and inclusive education in Ghana. With this, we educate educators, parents, medical professionals, and general public to learn and understand the signs of learning disabilities and Irlen Syndrome. We offer community outreach through our school programs, teacher in-services, informational seminars , parents and teachers toolkits to enable them to be more informed and better equipped to address learning disabilities.
CLED is registered under the Registrar Generals Department with registration number G-39,991 and Social Development Department of Ghana with registration number D.S.W / 5790 as well as registered with Awutu Senya East Municipality with registered number ASEMA 318/17. Currently, CLED is also a registered member of Inclusion Ghana, Civil Society Platform on Social Protection Ghana and International Dyslexia Association.
Our vision is a society where children with learning disabilities, Irlen Syndrome and educational inequalities have equal access to education and reach their potential.
Our mission is to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote life-long learning opportunities for children and young people with learning disabilities, Irlen Syndrome and educational inequities in Ghana through teachers, parents and other professionals training, public education, assessment and specialized tutoring,special girls initiative and vocational training.
To Research and provide a range of literature for parents, teachers, schools and the wider community to better understand and support children with learning disabilities.