LEARNING AND BEHAVIOR CONSULTANT

Learning Disabilities Association

ILLINOIS LDA PROGRAMS (2018-2019)

(For more information visit www.ldail.​com)


​​AUGUST 1, 2018

SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS, STATE DIRECTORS OF SPECIAL EDUCATION CONFERENCE—BEV JOHNS

SEPTEMBER 1-2, 2018

BUFFALO GROVE FAIR—KATHLEEN LOFTUS AND JULIETA PASKO

SEPTEMBER 13, 2018

JACKSONVILLE, ILLINOIS—CEC CHAPTER 99—BEV JOHNS

SEPTEMBER 15, 2018

SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOS—COUNCIL FOR CHILDREN WITH BEHAVIORAL DISORDERS—BEV JOHNS

OCTOBER 13, 2018

MOPD/CPS PARENT EMPOWERMENT EXPO—PAT GLATZ AND NANCY MURPHY

OCTOBER 17, 2018

CHICAGO AREA—OLIVE-HARVEY DISABILITY AWARENESS DAY—AUDREY GORMAN, JULIETA PASKO

OCTOBER 18, 2018

JACKSONVILLE, ILLINOIS—CEC CHAPTER 99—BEV JOHNS

OCTOBER 21, 2018

SPINA BIFIDA ASSOCIATION—MEG CARROLL

OCTOBER 23, 2018

9 A.M.-2 P.M.—MOPD/CPS TRANSITION FAIR—PAT GLATZ AND NANCY MURPHY


OCTOBER 25-26,2018

TINLEY PARK CONVENTION CENTER—ILLINOIS ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL SOCIAL WORKERS—JULIETA PASKO, OCTOBER 25, AND BEV JOHNS, OCTOBER 26.  MEG CARROLL AND BEV JOHNS ARE SPEAKING

NOVEMBER 2-3, 2018

MARRIOTT NAPERVILLE—ILLINOIS COUNCIL FOR EXCEPTONAL CHILDREN, AUDREY GORMAN AND BEV JOHNS 

NOVEMBER 8-9, 2018

NORTHERN ILLINOIS CONFERENCE CENTER IN NAPERVILLE, EVERYONE READING ILLINOIS—JULIETA PASKO ON NOVEMBER 8 AND BEV JOHNS ON NOVEMBER 9 AND AUDREY GORMAN, BOTH DAYS.   BEV JOHNS IS SPEAKING

NOVEMBER 13, 2018

JACKSONVILLE, ILLINOIS—CEC CHAPTER 99—BEV JOHNS

DECEMBER 4-7, 2018

HILTON, OAKBROOK--TEACHERS OF CULTURALLY AND LINGUISTICALLY DIVERSE STUDENTS—JULIETA PASKO (NEED ADDITIONAL MEMBERS TO ASSIST ALSO).

FEBRUARY 8 AND 9, 2019

HYATT REGENCY, LISLE—ILLINOIS COUNCIL FOR CHILDREN WITH BEHAVIORAL DISORDERS—AUDREY GORMAN, BEV JOHNS, PATRICIA BUCKLEY.

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What Does LDA/IL Do for You?
Here are some of the activities of our volunteer organization which benefit the learning disabled in Illinois:
> Monitor and advise on special education legislation at the federal and state levels.
> Monitor and advise the Illinois State Board of Education on issues dealing with learning disabled students.
> Provide advocacy information and support to parents, learning disabled individuals and professionals.
> Provide scholarships for secondary education for students with learning disabilities.
> Host conferences each year, particularly in October, Learning Disabilities Month.
> Provide and support workshops and mini-conferences.
> Publish the quarterly state newsletter, Scope. All members receive the national newsletter, newsbriefs, and most local chapters also publish newsletters for their members.
> Provide a central location, through the LDA/IL State Office, to support LDA/IL and chapter activities and supply information to the general public. Our State Office also maintains a lending library of books, pamphlets, and audio and video cassettes.
> Increase public awareness of learning disabilities in communities throughout Illinois.


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