Lecture Series

No more lectures are being offered for the 2013-2014 academic year. Please check back in August for next fall's lecture lineup.

Parents, caregivers, teachers and therapists: if there’s a child in your life with learning differences, chances are you are seeking some advice. Discover the Lab School's popular Lecture Series! Our monthly lectures are rich with information, insights and tips that will help you nurture the opportunities - and navigate the challenges - learning differences can present. 

At our Wednesday night lectures, you'll have the opportunity to listen to - and learn from - leading LD and ADHD specialists as they address early childhood, adolescent, and adult challenges and opportunities. Our lecturers are outstanding, recognized professionals in the learning differences field. Just as important, each is accessible and ready to answer your questions.

All lectures are open to the public and offered free of charge, but registrations are appreciated.

Lecture Series FAQs
  • Lectures begin at 7:30 pm and are 90 minutes in length (7:30-9:00 p.m.) and include audience discussion and Q&A.
  • All lectures are offered free of charge.
  • We provide professionals with a certificate verifying 1.5 instructional hours, contingent upon full attendance at each lecture.
  • Please allow sufficient time to park and get settled; there is no reserved seating.

Missed a Lecture? Visit Lecture Series Resources for information from past sessions.

Additional Questions? Contact Tiffany Parry, Director of Events at events@labschool.org or 202-944-2207

Lecture Series Calendar

July 2014

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