The Learning Disabilities Association of
New Hampshire

P. O. Box 127
Concord, NH 03302-0127
E-mail


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The information and links on this website are provided for your convenience. The Learning Disabilities Association of New Hampshire does not endorse any method, curriculum, treatment, or program, for individuals with learning disabilities.
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Call for Proposals - Due date for proposals is July 14, 2006.

Conference date is Friday, October 27, 2006

The Learning Disabilities Association of New Hampshire (LDANH), in conjunction with the New Hampshire Branch of the International Dyslexia Association, is putting out a call for proposals. We are looking for individuals who would like to present at our Friday October 27, 2006 one day conference. Proposals should center on the theme of "effective transitioning of students at all levels". In particular, "functional performance skills (cognition, communication, motor, adaptive, social-emotional, and sensory) necessary for effective student transitions" are especially encouraged. More information.

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Adult ~~~ Education - College - Employment - Social

Assistive Technology Information and Resources

Education Laws - New Hampshire and Federal

Evaluations (Academic, Reading, Educational)

Events

Glossaries

Grading Students with Learning Disabilities

Homeless Resources

Homeschool Options and Resources

Improving Our Schools

Individualized Education Program (IEP)

Information for Law Enforcement

Legal Resources (advocates, agencies, attorneys)

Membership - read about member benefits

Newsletter - It's good and it's free to members!

Research-Based Instruction

Response to Intervention

Retention

Scholarship for College

School District Resources

Service Providers (evaluators, therapists, tutors, private schools)

Signs of a Learning Disability

Spelling Problems and Effective Instruction

Support Groups

Teacher Training

Transition from High School

Who We Are, What We Do

Writing Problems and Effective Instruction

 

If you do not see what you are looking for, please contact us at webmaster@ldanh.org
and tell us what information you would like us to include on the website.

Copyright © 2006, Suzanne W. Heath. All rights reserved.

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