Leah Izenberg is a co-founder and the director of the Red Oak Centre. Leah co-founded The Red Oak to provide families with access to expert care in a warm and beautiful space. As the director of The Red Oak, she helps families navigate support and triage their needs. In addition to working with families, Leah works closely with many Toronto schools connecting their students with support and their staff with professional development opportunities.
Leah has over fifteen years of experience teaching literacy skills to children, adolescents and adults with learning and developmental disabilities. Prior to opening her own literacy practice in 2009, Leah worked at Zareinu Education Centre as their literacy specialist. Leah received her Master of Education in Cognitive Studies from Queen’s University with a focus in literacy development, and her Bachelor of Education from McGill University.