If you are a parent or teacher of a child with a learning disability – or have learning disabilities yourself – you are not alone.

The good news is that the Learning Disabilities Association of Arkansas (LDAA) is here to help! LDAA provides awareness of learning disabilities, research and public policy advocacy, parent and professional outreach, resource information, and scholarship opportunities for individuals with learning disabilities.

Affiliate News

LDAA Awards 2019 Scholarships

The Learning Disabilities Association of Arkansas’ (LDAA) scholarship committee has selected the three recipients for the Ralph G. Norman Scholarship. The scholarship is awarded to Arkansas residents with documented learning …

LDAA President Advises Parents to Seek Early Intervention

Monitoring whether or not your child is meeting age-appropriate milestones is an important way to determine if their development is on track. If a child is not meeting his or …

2018 Ralph G. Norman Scholarship Winners

Caleb Carr, a 2018 graduate of Shiloh Christian School, will attend the University of Arkansas this fall. He plans to study civil engineering. “Caleb showed a tenacity for learning that …

A message from LDAA President Kaci Smith

As President of Arkansas LDA, it was my honor and privilege to represent our state at the National LDAA Conference held in February in Baltimore. There were over 150 sessions …

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National News

Myths Create Misunderstanding about Learning Disabilities

Poor diet, too much television, and kids “just being lazy” are not causes of learning disabilities, although one-third of the respondents in a recent study thought these were accurate. During ...

Nominate Someone for the 2020 Harrison Sylvester Award!

This award honors and recognizes an adult with learning disabilities who has shown a strong dedication and commitment to advancing the issues of adults with learning disabilities. It is the wish ...

Feature Articles

Questions Parents and Educators Can Ask to Start Conversations About Using Terms Like Learning Disabilities, Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, and Dysgraphia

When parents and educators use the same terms to describe a child’s challenges, it’s easier for them to communicate and work together. Parents and educators may have different opinions about ...

LDA Exclusive Information

The membership newsletter, LDA Today, offers more information not found on the LDA website. To gain access to this exclusive content and be in the know about current legislation, educational ...