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02/23/02 HB4466 - The changes we have waited years for are spreading throughout the nation. [more....]
09/06/01 Mitsubishi Commercial should be pulled from circulation!
Read our Letter to Mitsubishi Motor Corporation
08/25/01 Local Educator & School Psychologist Invited to Attend Learning Disabilities Summit in Washington, DC.
Read about the Summit
LDI is a national, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, whose mission is to determine and disseminate successful approaches to and provide scholarships for diagnostics, prevention and treatment for persons of all ages with Learning Disabilities.

Inquiries may be directed to:  Denton M. Kurtz, LDI, Inc.  1201 Louisiana Ave., Winter Park, FL 32789  (866) 636-5341 or (407) 647-5431. 

More Resources

Along with our resources more information is available at the Coordinated Campaign for Learning Disabilities (CCLD) web site.

1999 Roper Starch Poll
Measuring Progress in Public & Parental Understanding of Learning Disabilities:
Complete Roper Poll (47 pages-PDF)
1995 Roper Starch Poll
Learning Disabilities and The American Public: A Look At American's Awareness and Knowledge
Complete Roper Poll (PDF)
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