Join the Learning Disability Association of Utah

The Learning Disabilities Association of Utah (LDAU) is a grassroots volunteer organization committed to a world where people with learning disabilities (LD) are valued, respected and successful.  LDAU is Utah’s chapter of the national Learning Disabilities Association (LDA).


LDAU represents children and adults with learning disabilities, their families, educators and other professionals who work with individuals with learning disabilities throughout his or her life.


Join the chorus of voices that SUPPORTS, INFORMS and EMPOWERS individuals with learning disabilities and the people who work with them.


The mission of LDAU is: “to support, educate and empower individuals with learning disabilities, their families, educators and other service providers.”


Become a member today!


Benefits of membership include:

  • State and national affiliation in one membership.
  • Phone support from knowledgeable LDAU Board members including information and referral at (801) 533-9156
  • Complimentary subscription to the LDAU and LDA newsletters
  • Conferences annually at the state and national levels
  • Discounts on LDAU and LDA conferences
  • Workshops for parents and educators
  • Local education/support groups (contact LDAU if you would like to start a group in your area)
  • Public policy advocacy at the state and national levels
  • News on state and federal law changes that impact individuals with learning disabilities
  • Information covering the latest research in the field
  • State and national websites; including access to the exclusive “Members Only” section of the LDA website for detailed information and training

Interested in becoming a member? It’s easy, you can click on this link and submit an online form, or download LDAU Membership Form and submit it with your payment. Instructions for submission can be found on the form.

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