**upcoming events**

COVID-19 is an emerging respiratory disease and there is more to learn about its transmission, clinical course, and populations at increased risk of disease and complications.  As the COVID-19 outbreak evolves, the CDC strongly encourages event organizers to prepare for the possibility of outbreaks in their communities.  To limit exposure to COVID-19, Let's Talk LD may have to modify, postpone, or cancel large events for the safety and well-being of our event staff, participants, and the community.  We will keep you updated via our website and social media channels regarding updates to Conference schedules.  Thank you in advance for your understanding.

SUMMER 2021 
*Reimagining Failure support group
*parenting to improve outcomes (for learners who are neurodiverse) program
*neuroscience of social justice podcast

fall 2021
*college planning and transition conference for INDIVIDUALS who are neurodiverse (ONLINE)
*leadership to advance educational justice for learners who are neurodiverse series
*ltldtalks speakers series
*improve postsecondary outcomes now! task force

Our 2020 College Planning and Transition Conference and Resource Fair for Learners who are Neurodiverse was a wonderful reminder of the many opportunities and paths available to young people with learning differences whose ambitions are to transition to college. Lydia XZ Brown's Keynote Address (Saturday) was a powerful call to action to demand equity and justice as we seek to improve education and employment outcomes for individuals with disabilities. Dr. Erinn Fears Floyd's Keynote address (Sunday) reminded us to both recognize and celebrate our gifts, in whatever form they may come. We are grateful to each and every one of you who spent the day with us.  This day would not have been possible without the financial support of those whom each year have consistently believed in the promise of our College Conference.  We owe a debt of gratitude to Lisa and Brad Freer, Hayley Gottlieb, Amy Yanow, Susan McNary, and the Capital Group because they made it possible, through their generous donations, to greatly improve our Conference's digital infrastructure. We are also so very thankful to those of you who have supported Let's Talk LD and the College Conference by volunteering your time or offering an in-kind gift. Finally, none of this work would be possible without the extraordinary thought leadership of the Let's Talk LD Directors and Advisors. It was our honor and pleasure to produce the Conference in service to a community that means so much to us.