2016 Call for ProposalsLearning Disabilities Association of America is seeking submissions for the 2016 Conference to be held in Orlando, FL February 15-18, 2016. Anyone wishing to present a paper, conduct a workshop, provide an informational session, or make a formal presentation is invited to submit a proposal.
Healthy Children ProjectLearning Disabilities Association of America created the Healthy Children Project to raise awareness, promote policies and practices, and to build a nationwide network of LDA members to protect children's health and reduce toxic exposures.
Join LDA Today!The Learning Disabilities Association of America believes that every person with learning disabilities can succeed in school, at work, in relationships, and within the community when provided the right supports and the right opportunities.
Shop Amazon SmileWhile everyone is busy shopping at this time of year - or all year round - LDA can now benefit from those who shop online at Amazon.com. AmazonSmile Foundation will donate a portion of your purchases to benefit LDA.
LDA 53rd Annual International Conference
Plan ahead for Orlando!Bring family, friends and co-workers to Orlando to learn & discover how we can advocate & work together to create new opportunities for children & adults with learning disabilities.
Help Your Child Stay on Track this SummerWhat are 2 of the biggest issues during summer? First, it’s nearly three months without school and you’re concerned about the dreaded “Summer Slide”. Second, “Mom, I’m bored! What can I do now?” We can help you solve both issues!
Learning Disabilities: A Multidisciplinary JournalCommitted to the study of learning disabilities through all stages of life, this journal provides the most current information on research, practice, theory, issues, and trends to broaden understanding and improve quality of life.
If you are a parent or teacher of a child with a learning disability – or have learning disabilities yourself – you are not alone.
The good news is that the Learning Disabilities Association of America is here to help! Since 1963, LDA has provided support to people with learning disabilities, their parents, teachers and other professionals with cutting edge information on learning disabilities, practical solutions, and a comprehensive network of resources. These services make LDA the leading resource for information on learning disabilities.
2016 Call for Papers Open
Learning Disabilities Association of America is seeking submissions for the 2016 Conference to be held in Orlando, FL February 15-18, 2016. Anyone wishing to present a paper, conduct a workshop, provide an informational session, or make a formal presentation is invited to submit a proposal.
It is with deep sadness that we share with you that Dr. Janet Lerner passed away on May 26, 2015. Janet was a long-time supporter of LDA’s since the late 1960’s, speaking at nearly every annual conference; and chairing the 1991 Chicago Program. She had served on the Professional Advisory Board for many years and was the recipient of our highest recognition, the LDA Award in 1978. Janet also served as editor or co-editor of LDA’s professional journal Learning Disabilities: A Multidisciplinary Journal until 2012. Janet’s textbook, Learning Disabilities and Related Disabilities: Strategies for Success, currently in its 13th edition, set… Read More »
LDA is pleased to announce the formation of our newest local affiliate – the Student Learning Disabilities Association of The Citadel (SLDAC), an affiliate of LDA of South Carolina. Under the direction of their professor Tammy Graham, who is also a member of the LDA of South Carolina board, they wanted to promote awareness and support for the education of people with learning disabilities, their families, and those who teach them. It is our hope that this local affiliate becomes a model for colleges and universities across the country. For the full news release on the SLDAC chapter, please visit The Citadel’s website by clicking here.
Are you worried about what you can do to keep your child actively learning this summer? Not to mention keeping boredom away – every parent dreads hearing, “But, I’m bored! There’s nothing to do!” Join Jen Rawley and Ginny Simank for a timely webinar that will have you ahead of the curve when it comes to summer fun and learning.