The Learning Disabilities Association of New Jersey (LDANJ) invites teachers of grades 8-12 to attend the conference “Life After High School-Transition Begins at 14” being held on May 13 at NJHA Conference and Event Center in Princeton. This conference will have a variety of workshops related to preparing students with learning disabilities and attention issues for the transition to life after high school. Topics will include the difference between high school and college, the gap year, coaching, how to find the right college, a DOE presentation on transition IEPs, and more.

LeDerick Horne, author of Empowering Students with Hidden Disabilities: A Path to Pride and Success, will present the keynote. In addition to 16 workshops, there will be a Vendor Expo to provide additional information and resources.

The cost is $50 for LDA members and $75 for non-members. To register go to www.ldanj513.eventbrite.com. For more information, contact Leslie Rubinstein at 732-645-2738 or info@ldanj.org. The registration deadline is May 1. Visit www.ldanj.org for more information.

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