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We are so excited to introduce you to our 2021 College and Career Planning & Transition Conference for Individuals who are Neurodiverse community of presenters/thought leaders.


We are proud to introduce…


Dr. Adam Lalor, Ph.D., Director, Landmark College Institute for Research and Training (LCIRT)

Adam Lalor, Ph.D. is the Director of the Landmark College Institute for Research and Training and Co-Director of the Landmark College Center for Neurodiversity. With more than 15 years of experience in higher education administration, his research focuses on the transition of students with disabilities to and within higher education and the preparation of faculty and administrators to serve students with disabilities. Recent publications have appeared in the Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability and the Journal of Diversity in Higher Education. He teaches in Landmark College’s online Learning Differences and Neurodiversity certificate program and is co-author of From Disability to Diversity: College Success for Students with Learning Disabilities, ADHD, and Autism Spectrum Disorder. Dr. Lalor received his doctoral degree in Educational Psychology from the University of Connecticut’s Neag School of Education.

Dr. Lalor’s Conference Session is entitled College Transition: Finding and Accessing the Services that "Fit" 

For students with disabilities, it is critical that that disability and universally-available support services are considered during the college transition process. Research has shown that accessing such services predicts persistence and graduation. Join Dr. Adam Lalor, a former disability services professional and admission officer, for a presentation about searching for and accessing disability and non-disability services in college that will fit your specific needs. Q&A will follow.



Let’s Talk LD has worked extremely hard over the years to deliver a conference experience that celebrates and centers the voices of neurodiverse people. Due to the extraordinary generosity of our community of presenters, and the generosity of our private donors, we can offer the conference at low or no cost to our attendees. As a 100% volunteer-powered organization, we are grateful to every person who has supported this important work.


Let's Talk LD mission is to drive systemic change that is focused on closing equity, opportunity, and achievement gaps for neurodivergent individuals in the areas of education, employment, and civic engagement. Our organization accomplishes this by providing services, building communities-of-practice, developing programs, and producing and delivering content focused on student advocacy, parent and caregiver education, and professional learning opportunities for educators and practitioners designed to improve PK-12 learning outcomes and post-secondary attainment for individuals who are neurodiverse. Our work is shaped by community and youth organizing efforts that seek educational and social justice for marginalized youth.



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