Local, State & Federal Government
The Learning Disabilities Clinic (LDC) was founded in 1968 by its owner and director, Lynne Master, M.Ed. to diagnose and treat a wide range of learning disorders that affect individuals of all ages.
Ms. Master has served on the Michigan Department of Education (MDE) Office of Improvement & Innovation, Supplemental Educational Services Advisory Committee, and the Detroit Public Schools Advisory Committee for the Title I No Child Left Behind program.
She has been the liaison to the MDE Committee of Practitioners, an advisory group to review, before publication, any final rule or regulation pertaining to Title I, including standards development, the state assessment system, and other current issues. This also includes awareness of programs within Title I: Even Start Family Literacy, Homeless Children and Youth, Migrant Education, Reading First, Supplemental Educational Services, and Comprehensive School Reform.
The excellent reputation for achieving consistently successful results has earned LDC the respect of corporations, unions, the courts, school districts, and the State of Michigan Department of Education, Department of Energy, Labor & Economic Growth, Michigan Rehabilitation Services, Department of Human Services, and DHS Adoption Medical Subsidy, all of whom regularly refer consumers to the clinic.
LDC was certified as a Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE), in 2011, and as a Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB) in 2012.
“I have the utmost confidence in your abilities.” – Consultant, Michigan Department of Education