Educators of all grades are invited to the Learning Disabilities Association of New Jersey (LDANJ) Conference on May 11 at The College of New Jersey in Ewing.
With 33 sessions to choose from, the conference will offer a variety of workshops addressing the needs of students with learning disabilities and attention issues and/or related disorders for the transition to life after high school and post-secondary. Topics will include destigmatizing disabilities, high school students sharing their experiences with dyslexia, differences between high school and college, alternatives to college, college entrance exams, employment information, IEPs, executive function, soft skills needed for college and/or career, student rights and more. There will also be time to visit the Vendor Expo for additional information and resources.
The cost is $25 for students, $25 for members, $50 for nonmembers, and $75 for membership and registration. Breakfast and lunch are included. The registration deadline is May 11.