Learning Disabilities Advocates Guide


"Being an advocate does not mean you have to quit your job, write big checks or rush to Washington D.C. It also doesn't mean you have to know everything there is to know about learning disabilities or every law ever written on the subject. Being an advocate does mean using your voice to make a difference for children and adults with LD in this country."

The Learning Disabilities Advocates Guide offers invaluable information and step-by-step guidance for both first-time and experienced advocates. This PDF, as well as many other resources, are available through the National Center for Learning Disabilities website.