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Thank you for taking an interest in the Learning Disabilities Association of California and in learning more about learning disabilities.




Dear Member or Friend of LDA, LDA is a non-profit organization run solely by and for its members. To keep our organization "alive and kicking", the State Board will be reviewing and updating our membership package on an ongoing basis. I would love your feedback on what membership benefits that you would like to see us offer and what activities that you feel would attract new membership in the future. Benefits may encompass everything from an online "members only" forum and/or blog on our website, to more opportunities to network with others who volunteer to make a difference in the community, or etc. We already offer newsletters and reduced conference rates. Though I can't promise we will be able to provide everyone with their wish list, we will definitely take your feedback into consideration in order to provide you with a quality membership package in the future.

Yours truly, Arline Krieger, President

Mission and Purpose

The Learning Disabilities Association of California is a 501(c)(3) non-profit volunteer organization of parents, professionals, and adults with learning disabilities. Its purpose is to promote and support the education and general welfare of children and adults of potentially normal intelligence who manifest learning, perceptual, and/or behavioral handicaps The goals of the Learning Disabilities Association of California are to:

  • Advance parents' understanding and responsibility for the education of their children
  • Increase community awareness and acceptance of the unique problems of persons with learning disabilities and their families
  • Expand communication with regular and special educators at all levels
  • Respond to unmet needs of individuals with learning disabilities and promote or create services to meet those needs
  • Develop social and educational opportunities for individuals with learning disabilities
  • Promote vocational and career education opportunities
  • Encourage research in all aspects of learning disabilities
  • Stimulate development of early detection programs; and
  • Serve as a consultant and/or liaison with other parents and professional organizations

Learn more about us and about Learning Disabilities by exploring the Learning Disabilities Association of California (LDA-CA) web site.


This web site publishes information and opinions as a service to its readers. LDA-CA does not recommend or endorse any particular method, institution, product, treatment, or theory. Opinions expressed on this web site or sites to which it has links are not necessarily those of LDA-CA.

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