We are now accepting presentation submissions for our 60th Annual Conference from February 21st-23rd at the Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel.
Please submit your application before June 30th.
The following strands will be used during the conference. The program committee will place each selected submission into the most appropriate strand based on your abstract and objectives. These lists are examples and are not all inclusive.
- Mental Health Support
- Support for Adults with LD
- Information for Parents to Assist with Support of Their Children with LD and Related Disorders
- Transition Issues
- Resources to Support Co-Teaching and Inclusive Practices
- Research on Learning Disabilities Screening, Assessment and Evaluation, and/or Intervention
- Disorders that Frequently Co-Exist with Learning Disabilities
- Classroom Interventions and Strategies for Students with Learning Disabilities and Related Disorders/Disabilities
- Social-Emotional Learning
- Resources for Para-Professionals
- Twice Exceptional Students
- Neurobiological Underpinnings
- Parents Rights
- Education and Disability Policy
- Developing Independence and Self Advocacy Skills
- Understanding and Accessing Testing Accommodations
- Environmental Justice and Learning and Other Disabilities
- Equitable Access to LD Identification Processes and Intervention
LDA’s mission is to serve all individuals with learning disabilities. Thus the selection committee will prioritize submissions that address social justice, equity, ableism and culturally relevant practices.
Your presentation can be in the following formats:
Lecture Presentation: Classroom style seating with standard AV provided by LDA. Seating is typically set anywhere from 25-100 people.
Poster Session: Sessions with visual displays on poster boards that can be viewed and discussed with small groups with authors during allocated 2-hour time periods.
Mini Session: This format is similar to a lecture format, but is limited to 20 minutes and will focus on just one or two objectives.
Panel Discussion: A group of 3-5 experts will discuss a particular topic and take questions from audience members.