LDA of Oklahoma

Learning Disabilities Association of Oklahoma (LDAO) is a nonprofit organization commited to enhancing the lives of individuals with learning disabilites and their families through education, advocacy, research, and service.

We are supported by memberships of parents, educators, and administrators, as well as individuals with learning disabilities and other concerned citizens who support our mission of education and empowerment for those who must deal with the “invisible” disability.

Through local grassroots efforts, LDAO seeks to educate those who make public policy decisions and to influence legislative action in the state capital.

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P.O. Box 1134
Jenks, OK 74037

Affiliate Contact: Evie Lindberg 
(918) 298-1600
Contact Email: elindberg@oru.edu
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Affiliate News & Events

September 30th , 2017 – 2nd annual LDAO Conference with Oral Roberts University: Voices of Change

LDAO has joined hands with ORU to bring a Conference that will cover:

  • ELL Issues and Literacy
  • Elementary – High School topics + (Update on Literacy)
  • Special Education and new research on Dyslexia from the newest Harvard researchers
  • A Parents strand for parents dealing with struggling learners

You won’t want to miss this conference! More information coming soon, so save the date!

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LDA National News

  • #GetArsenicOut Campaign

    Did you know that there is arsenic in baby cereal?  Infant rice cereal has 6 times more arsenic than other kinds of infant cereal.  Any level of arsenic is dangerous and health risks include a link to learning disabilities in children. Brooks Applied Labs* in Bothell, WA tested more than 100 samples of infant rice. The report found that overall, oatmeal, barley, buckwheat, organic quinoa, wheat and rice-free multigrain baby cereals contained much lower amounts of inorganic arsenic than rice cereals. What can parents do now? Avoid infant rice cereal and choose oatmeal or multigrain cereal instead. If you need to eat rice… Read More »

    Atlanta Here We Come!

    by Ann Kornblet, 2018 General Conference Chair Atlanta here we come!! One of LDA’s favorite conference venues is ready to once again host the International Conference. All activities will be held at the Hilton Atlanta in beautiful downtown Atlanta. Many thanks to LDA Program Co-Chairs, Jennifer Harkins and Loreena Parks, the Program Committee members and LDA Committees for putting together the very best Program yet! 150 sessions are offered over four days.  Hats off to LDA of Georgia President, Joan Teach, and the hard- working Georgia volunteers.  They have worked to bring you the southern hospitality Atlanta is known for… Read More »

    [LDA Action Alert] Tell Your Senators to VOTE NO on the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.

    Background: On November 16, the House of Representatives passed its version of a tax bill. Now the Senate is finalizing its own version. Both bills are extremely damaging because they: Increase the deficit significantly to provide tax cuts that disproportionately benefit the wealthiest Americans and corporations. May trigger cuts in mandatory programs, such as Medicaid, Medicare, and Supplemental Security Income – including also possibly eliminating the Vocational Rehabilitation State Grant program – if there aren’t enough savings in required program cuts to offset the increased deficit. The Senate bill is worse than the House bill in one significant way: It… Read More »

    LDA Signs on as a Friend-of-the-Court in LSAT Accommodations Case

    The Learning Disabilities Association of America (LDA) has signed on as an amicus (friend-of-the-court) in a brief filed by Jo Anne Simon, PC, on November 3, 2017 with the U. S. District Court for the Northern District of California. Read More >>

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