Free Outreach Events
IDA-GA schedules outreach meetings and events in Georgia that are free and open to the public. We add these events to our calendar throughout the year.
To view details of an event and to register, click on the event name listed under Upcoming Events on the left side of your computer screen.
If you are viewing this page from a smartphone, you may need to scroll down to see the list of events. Click on the event name for details.
To see descriptions of past events, click “View More.” Then click on “Previous Events.”
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Outreach events provide opportunities for individuals to connect in person with parents, educators, and others interested in learning and engaging in discussions about dyslexia and related topics.
We and our partners are eager to bring events to as many areas as possible throughout the state and appreciate assistance from volunteers who can help find meeting spaces such as at public libraries or schools. If you are interested in having an outreach meeting in your area, please fill out the Request for Outreach form.
Due to the pandemic, we have temporarily put on hold the planning of our traditional outreach events. We hope to resume in-person meetings soon! Until then, please enjoy the many virtual opportunities we will be organizing and sharing.
IDA-GA’s Topics of Interest Library – New in 2020!
Visit IDA-GA’s new Topics of Interest Library – The Science of Dyslexia and Literacy. Click here.
For parents and teachers who are not able to attend outreach events, free webinars now exist that provide wonderful learning opportunities for professionals, parents, and advocates. These webinars are meant to empower educational professionals and families with knowledge and resources to address the instructional needs of students who have dyslexia and other learning differences.
AND MORE can now be accessed through IDA-GA’s new Topics of Interest Library – The Science of Dyslexia and Literacy. Click here.
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