Learning Disabilities Resource Conference
LDAH News Release
“Paving Pathways” for youth and their families as they transition from high school to college or a career will be the theme of the 2016 Learning Disabilities Association of Hawaii (LDAH) Traveling Mini-Conference (TMC) on Molokai.
The event will be held on Thursday, Aug. 11 from 3 to 7 p.m. at Molokai Community Health Center and is free and open to all families. Registration is required and can be completed by calling LDAH at 1-800-533-9684 or emailing Rosie Rowe, LDAH Education and Training Coordinator, at RRowe@LDAHawaii.org. For more information visit the LDAH Facebook page at facebook.com/ldahawaii.pti.
The Molokai TMC is celebrating its ninth anniversary this year and is an opportunity for families and professionals to learn more about community resources and services available to help children with or at risk of disabilities. The event will focus on transitioning youth and will include conference topics on Guardianship, Transfer of Rights; Post-Secondary Options; Social Security benefits for children with disabilities; and Self-Advocacy Skills.
We would like to thank the Hawaiian Electric Company for their generous donation to support our Traveling Mini-Conference this year.
LDAH is dedicated to identifying and addressing needs in children that may negatively impact their education and life since 1990. Where disabilities are identified, LDAH works with parents and family members to ensure the rights of those children are protected according to law.
For more information visit LDAHawaii.org.