UCANDU Foundation for Accelerated Learning

99 Sheppard Ave., West Unit-B Toronto, ON M2N 1M4





UCANDU Foundation for Accelerated Learning (UFAL) is honoured to be selected by the Ontario Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration to help engage our Multi-Cultural Communities by empowering families, women, children and adult continuous learners to cope with any Educational, Civic and Social connectivity barriers they may be experiencing


UCANDU Foundation for Accelerated Learning (UFAL) a not-for-profit organization was established in 2000 to reach out and empower Canada’s multi-cultural communities with Educational, Civic engagement and Social Connectivity with Emotional Quotient and Digital technology tools. Today, more than 3.4 Exabyte of data is generated every day. This is like a stack of CDs - from earth to the moon and back each day. This onslaught of information is causing undo stress, frustration and discouragement for communities, families, adults and student learning. In a world of technology UFAL provides practical Emotional Intelligence (EQ) tools to empower women and their families to become more engaged in Civic and Social connectivity and to better cope with Digital Transformation of textual data/content in turning it into their knowledge easier, better, with more confidence and fun. Our programs utilize the latest EQ and patented technology from - Microsoft, Mount Knowledge and Victoria Prooday Professional Psychologists and Educator knowledge enablers–in Social Behaviour, Civic engagement, Reading, Writing, Art, language, music, STEM subjects and Adult continuous learning in technology and business. Foundation Educational programs for uncovering and building a person’s natural talents and abilities for a successful future. Gifted and Talented Education is a broad term for special practices, procedures, and theories used in the education of children who have been identified as gifted or talented. Accelerated Learning, Creativity, Problem Solving, Time Management, Mathematics, Computers, Coding, General Needs: To lay a solid foundation for multi-cultural community family’s personal, social and economic growth we believe that each child should learn: music, art, a second language, become an expert in a STEM subject, how-to-learn and remember people’s names. Language, Music, Mathematics, Science, Computers, Art, Drama, Fitness, Nutrition, Social skills Special Needs: - Ms. Prooday’s team has a great deal of experience in working with parent children and youth utilizing a wide variety of diagnosis tool in such areas as: Raising successful children in the Canadian education system and its social context; Emotional intelligence groups to help parents and their child(ren) to cope with family and community cultural integration; Autism Spectrum Disorder, Developmental Coordination Disorder; ADHD and Learning Disabilities, Sensory Processing Disorder; Developmental and Speech Delay


Financial Donations can be made through the UFAL's bank or donations in kind by getting in touch with Ms. Natalia Galinskaya, Chair or Ms. Flora Yan, Executive Director or visiting the facility at: 99 Sheppard West, Unit-B


UFAL would be ecstatic to have participate and volunteer in our multi-cultural community programs and or help with our fundraising efforts to offer greater support to our communities. Kindly get in touch with Ms. Natalia Galinskaya, Chair or Ms. Flora Yan, Executive Director or visiting the facility at: 99 Sheppard West, Unit-B