International Dyslexia Association Global Partnership
The Australian Dyslexia Association has an affectionate history with the USA. The ADA’s president, Jodi Clements was very fortunate to be trained by dyslexia expert and founder of the Kildonan School (New York) Ms.Diana Hanbury-King and Mrs.Karen Leopold. Ms. Diana Hanbury-King has received the prestigious Orton Award and will be the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Margaret Rawson award at the IDA Conference 2014 in New Orleans. The Australian Dyslexia Association became the first Australian official global partner for the International Dyslexia Association (IDA) in 2009. The IDA provides individuals with the latest scientific and educational research concerning dyslexia and related differences and the ADA are pleased to be part of the Global Partner’s Program. The IDA have acknowledged the dedication of the ADA’s work in assisting those with dyslexia or a related difference.
In 2014 Jodi Clements was invited by the International Dyslexia Association (Board of Directors) to present at the New Orleans conference a seminar on the important and every growing work of the ADA.