Each year, our organization commits tremendous resources and effort to ensure that our Post-Secondary Transition events are accessible to as many young people, families, allies, and practitioners as possible. We are inspired by the thinking, "If you build it, they will come."
If you would like to learn more about or register for the Institute and/or Conference, please refer to the attached general brochure and flyer, or go to https://www.letstalkld.org/2022-college-conference. Sharing is caring, so if you know of a colleague or client whom you believe would benefit from these learning and professional development experiences, please pass this email along.
A small honorarium will be available for speakers selected to present at the Institute or Conference. If you would like to learn more about presenting at the Institute and/or Conference, please refer to the attached Request for Proposal, or go to https://www.letstalkld.org/presenting. Again, sharing is caring, so if you are aware of a colleague or client whom you believe would be a wonderful addition to our Institute and/or Conference community as a presenter, innovator, or thought leader, please pass this email along.
We would greatly appreciate it if you could help spread the word about the Institute and Conference, in which admission is always free for students (and their caregivers and allies) and nominally priced for practitioners.
Let's Talk LD addresses critically important social justice and equity of educational opportunity issues faced by those in the neurodiverse community. To register for the Institute and/or Conference, please go to https://whova.com/portal/registration/ltlca_202209/ and please use the Invitation Passcode: onl503pyeg.
Our organization's mission is to drive systemic change focused on closing equity, opportunity, and achievement gaps for neurodivergent individuals in education, employment, and civic engagement. Our practice as educational leaders has been shaped by community and youth organizing efforts that advance educational and social justice for marginalized youth.
It is our mission to meet learners with special needs where they are, at critical periods in their development and learning, in an effort to implement innovative programs that can support these learners in living productive and fulfilling academic, social, and professional lives defined by self-sufficiency, self-determination, and purpose.