Learning Disabilities Association of Minnesota

Learning Disabilities Association of Minnesota
Learning Disabilities Association of Minnesota
Martha Moriarty
6100 Golden Valley Rd, Golden Valley, MN 55422
952-582-6000
Psychology

LDA Minnesota, a private, nonprofit 501(c)(3) agency, helps children, youth, and adults with or at risk for learning and attention challenges to achieve their potential in work, school, and life. Over its 50-year history, the organization has become recognized for its expertise and use of current research and practices in the area of learning and attention challenges. Services include diagnostic assessments, consultations, free support groups for those with ADHD, workshops, professional development, public education, and outreach.

We serve children and adults throughout the state of Minnesota and western Wisconsin who are experiencing learning and/or attention challenges.
Support Group for adults with ADHD: Free
Executive Function Skill Building: $72/hr or $65/hr with purchase of 12 sessions
Tutoring: $72/hr or $65/hr with purchase of 12 sessions
Diagnostic assessment: $1325 for adult ADHD assessment; $2125 for child or adult learning disability and ADHD assessment; $1925 for child or adult LD assessment without ADHD
Professional development: Contact info@ldaminnesota.org
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We have a support group for adults with ADHD every Thursday. Our Executive Function Skill Building services, in workshop and 1:1 format, help individuals improve upon organizational skills, task management, metacognition, emotional control, sustained attention, etc. We also offer professional development workshops and trainings that focus on various aspects of ADHD.
Self-Pay
Learning disability assessment; learning style profiles; vocational evaluation, Special communication services accessible (i.e. sign language services, TDD, foreign language interpreters
Our staff are licensed special education teachers and psychologists with experience working with individuals with learning disabilities and ADHD.
AD/HD Early Childhood, AD/HD Elementary, AD/HD Adolescent, AD/HD College Student, AD/HD Adult (23-50), AD/HD Adult (51+), Learning Disabilities
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Elementary (5-12), Adolescent (13-18), College (19-22), Adult (23-50), Adult (51+)
Psychology