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Connect with Area Professionals

Our members include educators, therapists, other professionals and parents who care for Arkansans with disabilities. Members may attend our monthly UPHOLD meetings, serve on our scholarship committee and schedule one of our learning disability simulation workshops for their organizations, as well as receive our quarterly newsletters, connect with other professionals via our online membership directory and find other Arkansas service providers from our (coming soon!) online resource database. Additional professional development activities are being planned for 2015.

The annual LDAA conference brings administrators, educators, special educators, reading specialists, academic therapists, speech-language pathologists and parents together to learn the latest treatment and teaching strategies for children with learning disabilities. The conference offers professional development hours and insight from local professionals and regional or national speakers.

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Did You Know

Learning disabilities should not be confused with other disabilities such as intellectual disabilities, autism, deafness, blindness and behavioral disorders. None of these conditions are learning disabilities. In addition, they should not be confused with lack of educational opportunities, such as frequent changes of schools or attendance problems. Also, children who are learning English do not necessarily have a learning disability.