Landmark government legislation in the 1980’s changed the focus of Ontario schools from being “teacher-centered” to being “student-centered”. This meant that teachers had to change their teaching and evaluation methods to support the needs of all students, including those with legitimate learning difficulties. This legislation, Bill 82, paved the way for making assistance available to individuals from grade school to college and university. Government-funded programs are available. More recently, new laws (such as the AODA or the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act 2005) have sensitized work environments to support individuals with all types of disabilities, including those that involve mental health, learning, and executive functioning/productivity.