2018 Partnership Opportunities
 


The International Dyslexia Association (IDA) is an international organization immersed in the complex issues of dyslexia. IDA is committed to creating a future for all individuals who struggle with dyslexia and other related reading differences so that they may have richer, more robust lives and the access to tools and resources they need.

The Annual Reading, Literacy & Learning conference is a source of information for anyone affected by dyslexia and other learning-based challenges. There is no better time for teachers, researchers, therapists, policy-makers, parents and advocates to ban together. The Annual IDA conference offers a unique opportunity to absorb innovative content, expand existing networks, and gain fresh tools to positively impact the lives of those affected by dyslexia diagnosis.

We offer a wide range of partnership opportunities to fit your needs. With attendance from all 50 states and over 30 countries worldwide, the International Dyslexia Association's Annual Reading, Literacy & Learning conference is a lucrative opportunity to build awareness for your brand.

Important dates for sponsorship and exhibitor discounts are outlined throughout this site. Booth selection is based on submission date, so act fast!

Click here to view and download the 2018 Partnership Prospectus

  


See what attendees had to say about DyslexiaCon17:

 

This conference opened the doors to a whole new community of educators who believe in making a difference. It reconfirmed what my passion really is and gave me a push to pursue it, make a difference, and be a voice for those who have dyslexia and reading challenges.” 
– Anonymous

 

This conference exceeded my expectations and equipped me with tools to help my dyslexic son succeed!” 
–Kelly C.

 

The annual international IDA conference was like all others I have attended: superb. IDA has the best speakers, most relevant research findings to share, the most informed and enthusiastic attendees. It is simply, I believe, the best conference anywhere for those who are interested in dyslexia and related topics.” 
– Margaret G.