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LDA Members can view and download several of the organization’s most useful publications.

steps-to-independenceSteps to Independence

This classic self-help book for adults with learning disabilities by Dale S. Brown is a new edition, produced exclusively for LDA.

Download Steps to Independence (PDF 58pgs, 384 KB)

when-pre-schoolers-are-not-on-target-in-their-developmentWhen Pre-Schoolers Are Not “On Target” In Their Development: A Guide for Parents, Early Childhood Educators and Child Care Providers

Information on early identification of learning disabilities and appropriate intervention strategies to professionals who work with preschool children and families of preschool children. Produced by LDA’s Early Childhood Committee in hopes of achieving the following goals:

  • Increase public awareness and advance the understanding of the needs of preschool children who may have learning disabilities.
  • Advance the competence of child care workers, preschool workers and health care professionals to recognize children with learning disabilities or at risk for learning disabilities.
  • Support families, as well as child care and preschool workers, in using appropriate interventions for children with learning disabilities or at risk for learning disabilities.
  • Identify resources for families of young children with learning disabilities and the professionals who work with them.

Download “When Pre-Schoolers Are Not ‘On Target’ In Their Development” (PDF 16pgs, 315 KB)

LDA Journal Cover ImageLearning Disabilities: A Multidisciplinary Journal

LDA’s technical publication oriented toward professionals in the field of learning disabilities. The journal is a vehicle for disseminating the most current thinking on learning disabilities and to provide information on research, practice, theory, issues, and trends regarding learning disabilities from the perspectives of varied disciplines involved in broadening the understanding of learning disabilities.

Order your Learning Disabilities: A Multidisciplinary Journal subscription here!

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