The Learning Disabilities Association of America is Hosting its 57th Annual International Conference!

By Rachel Krueger and Kaci Smith

Warm sun, palm trees, and a gorgeous resort! Does that sound like a place you want to be? We are headed to “The Sunshine State!” The conference committee team is working hard to make the LDA 57th Annual International Conference in Orlando one of the best! The conference will take place at the beautiful Orlando World Center Marriott on February 17-20, 2020. Our outstanding program will feature Keynote presentations and over 200 additional Sessions, Table Talks, and Poster Sessions that will cover a wide variety of topics of interest to families and professionals in the field of learning disabilities and related disorders.

The exhibit hall is getting an overhaul, but will still feature our fantastic exhibitors, updated bookstore, and auction.  In addition, be on the lookout for what was previously known as the “Network Nook,” as it has been given a new name of the “LDA Lounge” which will be featured in the exhibit hall. There will be many opportunities to network with others through the Welcome Reception and collaborate with colleagues with our new “wave” of flexible scheduling.  Now it the time to put on those flip flops and join educators, researchers, practitioners, parents, and adults from all over the world at LDA’s 57th International Conference.

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  1. LDA of America says


    More information on our conference, including our session descriptions can be found at

    We hope to see you in Orlando!

  2. Catherine McNaughton says

    Do you know when the presentation list will be announced and all the topics? I would like to apply to come but without knowing I can’t get school approval,

    Thanks in advance

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