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P.O. Box 8943
Calabasas, CA 91372
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818.506.8866

The International Dyslexia Association, Los Angeles Branch is a non-profit organization that serves Los Angeles County, Ventura County, Santa Barbara County, and parts of Orange County. The Los Angeles County Branch is dedicated to stimulating awareness and understanding of dyslexia, to establish and promote the treatment of dyslexia and to give support to dyslexics and their families. Our purpose is accomplished through many free or low cost community programs by a group of hard working volunteers.

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Annual Conference

The Language & Learning 2018 conference has come to its close.

IDALA's Annual Conference, "Language and learning," is a day of dynamic speakers and informative breakout sessions that highlight the different dimensions of dyslexia and the
issues surrounding them. 

 

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2018 Materials & information


THANK YOU TO OUR 2018 SPONSORS


     

    Language & Learning Previous KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

    2017 - Dr. Maryanne Wolf, John DiBiaggio Professor of Citizenship and Public Service; Director, Center for Reading and Language Research, Tufts University, "The Reading Brain in the Digital Age"

    2016 - Dr. Nancy Mather, Professor of Special Education, University of Arizona, Department of Disability and Psychoeducational Studies, "The Elephant in the Room: What We Overlook Regarding Dyslexia"

    2015 - Dr. Louisa Moats, Author, Educator, Psychologist, "Understanding Dyslexia Myths and Realities"

    2014 - Dr. Susan Hall, President and Founder of The 95 Percent Group, "How Will We Make Sure Students Learn 2,000-3,000 New Vocabulary Words Each Year?"

    2013 - Dr. Maryanne Wolf, Author of "Proust and the Squid: the Story and Science of the Reading Brain" and Director of the Center for Reading and Language Research at Tufts University, "How the Brain Learned to Read."