LDA's 60th Annual International Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada
60 years ago, at LDA's very first conference, Dr. Samuel Kirk coined the term "learning disabilities," which would spark a national movement for progress for individuals with learning disabilities, including legislation, programs, services, and funding for LD research. Ever since, LDA is proud to offer annual conferences that aim to raise awareness about LD and provide individuals, educators, families, and professionals with the latest information on learning disability topics.
Tribal education departments and tribal educators interested in making sure that Native American students are college ready will find many sessions at the LDA Conference addressing key issues for secondary and post-secondary success.
Sessions of particular interest may be:
- Understanding Evolving Learning Disability Documentation Requirements in Postsecondary Education
- The Misconceptions of Faculty about Post-Secondary Students with Disabilities.
- Updates at ETS: New Tele Assessment Guidance and Tips for Assisting Test Takers with Accommodation Requests
- Preparing middle and high school students now…for life after high school!
- Everyday Self-Advocacy for the Neurodivergent Student: Skills to Practice Today to Foster Success in College
- The Reading Scores Don't Lie: Developing a Comprehensive Reading Program in the High School English Classes that Works
- Accommodations – Understanding and Accessing Testing Accommodations on High Stakes Exams
- Disrupting Ableism – Setting Inclusive Expectations for Success
- Setting Up Students for Post-Secondary Success: The keys to facilitating effective online transition programs for students with neurodevelopmental disorders
8 a.m. Feb. 21, 2023 to 6:30 p.m. Feb. 23, 2023
Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada