'Serving our members and advocating in our community'
Visit us at Booth 216
Come and visit us in the Exhibit Hall to collect your pre-ordered commemorative T-shirt and ...... a mystery gift that'll make you smile!
We'd love to meet you, and share the vision our branch has for the future as well as invite you to participate in what we do.
Dyslexia Family Day
Online registration for Dyslexia Family Day (Thursday 7th November) has closed but it is not too late to participate in a day at conference designed to educate and inspire ! Onsite registration begins at the Oregon Convention Center from 5 PM - 7 PM on Wednesday 6th November and and on Thursday 7th, from 7 AM in the morning. No one will be turned away .

"You are not alone"
A Free Movie
Thursday 7th (1 PM to 3 PM)
This inspiring film features the stories of four young adults with LD/ADHD issues sharing their journeys to success in work and school, and the strategies they use to manage their challenges.
A Taste of Oregon
Saturday, November 9, 2019 at 7 PM. Join us and the Junebugs (a made-in- Oregon live band!) to celebrate 70 years of trailblazing work and recognize individuals and organizations that have been in the forefront of our cause.

IDA-Oregon Annual Members Meeting
in Room C-124 (room change) , from 4:30PM - 5:30PM,

Please RSVP to Elizabeth@orbida.org
SAVE THE DATE: Saturday March 14, 2020
Dr. Charles Haynes to present our 45th Annual Spring Symposium at the University of Portland.

Hear Dr. Haynes during these IDA Pre-Conference Symposia on Thursday, November 7th :

  • PC 1A - An Introduction to Structured Literacy (Structured Literacy Approaches to Teaching Written Expression) 
  • PC 2 The Sylvia O. Richardson Symposium on the Language Basis of Reading and Writing (Strengthen Vocabulary Choice in Your Students’ Writing and Teach Sentence Variety and Cohesion to Aid Paragraph-Level Writing)

Visit our website & come talk to us at our booth, No. 216, for more information about the symposium.
There are still slots available for you to volunteer at conference.
If you volunteer for one time slot, you will receive a 10% refund of your registration fee. If you choose to volunteer for two or more time slots, you will receive a 20% refund of your registration fee. These discounts will be refunded within 30 days following the conclusion of the conference to those who have fulfilled their time slots in entirety.
Click HERE to sign up.
Online registration for the conference is closed but onsite registration will open on Wednesday, November 6 from 5PM - 7PM & Thursday at 7AM at the Oregon Convention Center.
New to Dyslexia? Join us for Understanding and Recognizing Dyslexia AND an Introduction to Structured Literacy
S aturday, December 7, 2019 hosted at George Fox University, Newberg, OR.
This full-day training includes:
  • a dyslexia simulation;
  • ODE approved "Recognizing & Understanding Dyslexia" session;
  • a movie based on the teachings of Diana King;
  • an Introduction to Structured Literacy(TM); and
  • our award-winning student panel who will share their knowledge and experiences.

To register & for more information, click here .
Our YouTube Channel
We have a new resource to share with our community. Now you can find us on YouTube! While viewing our current library, we'd love you to subscribe to our channel. Just click this link . Thank you!
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