NCLD is pleased to grant access to original materials to organizations and professionals for the purpose of helping parents and educators who support children, adolescents, and adults with learning disabilities. We also welcome opportunities to provide high-quality materials for media purposes and to those who engage in policy and advocacy activities in support of the LD community.
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National Center for Learning Disabilities
c/o Media Relations
1220 L Street, NW
Ste. 100 Box #168
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