Thank you for joining us for the International Developmental Language Disorder Research Conference (IDLDRC). IDLDRC is an international, virtual event from 19-21 September (#IDLDRC), providing a platform to share research about Developmental Language Disorder (DLD) globally.
Each day at 9am Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST), the day’s presentations will be released into the IDLDRC online learning platform as follows:
- Day 1 Launch – Mon 19 Sept 2022, 9am AEST
- Day 2 Launch – Tues 20 Sept 2022, 9am AEST
- Day 3 Launch – Wed 21 Sept 2022, 9am AEST
To convert the above to your local date and time use this website and enter Brisbane, Australia: https://www.timeanddate.com/
Our hope is that IDLDRC further unites the global community to go from EVIDENCE to IMPACT. Together, we can create a world where people with DLD are recognised, understood, and empowered to live their best life.
Thank you for your participation.
Nat Turner & Shaun Ziegenfusz
Co-Founders | The DLD Project
PS. Don’t forget you will have access to all IDLDRC presentations for either 1 month or 12 months depending on the access plan you purchased at the point of registration.
Please review the 2022 IDLDRC program so you can plan how best to utilise your time as there are a lot of excellent presentations to work through.
Keynote LIVE Q&A Session
Whilst most of IDLDRC is pre-recorded we do have some wonderful LIVE events for you to connect with our Keynotes and organisations working to grow DLD awareness and support. Please find the Zoom details for each event below plus keep an eye on your emails including your junk/spam folder
Keynote Q&A with Professor Dorothy Bishop
THIS EVENT HAS NOW PASSED – If you missed the session, you can watch the recorded copy in the Day 1 Opening Session videos.
Keynote Q&A with Professor Elizabeth Pena
THIS EVENT HAS NOW PASSED – You can access the recording of this session in the Day 2 Opening Session videos alongside Professor Pena’s Keynote address.
Conference Closing Session & Keynote Q&A with Associate Professor Nat Munro
THIS EVENT HAS NOW PASSED – You can access the recording of this session in the Day 3 Closing Session videos.
IDLDRC LIVE Q&A / Drop In Sessions
THIS EVENT HAS NOW PASSED – If you missed this presentation, please find a short video message from Associate Professor Anita Wong on behalf of the RADLD International volunteer committee here at this link: https://vimeo.com/751463681/3619d6ae43
You can support #DLDday on Friday 14 October 2022 by heading to the RADLD.ORG website and sharing the 2022 Growing with DLD campaign materials.
THIS EVENT HAS NOW PASSED – You can access the recording from our LIVE drop-in session with E-DLD in the Day 2 Opening Session videos.
To find out more about Engage with DLD’s outstanding work, please head to the E-DLD website linked HERE.
Show the amazing IDLDRC Sponsors some love
IDLDRC 2022 would not be possible without the generous support of our sponsors including GOLD SPONSORS’ The Informed SLP, Black Sheep Press, and Banter Speech & Language. We would also like to thank the Professor Dorothy Bishop Keynote Sponsor, Fremantle Speech Pathology Services.
Please head over to their respective websites and show your gratitude for their support of IDLDRC!
Ways to connect at IDLDRC
Yes, IDLDRC is a virtual conference with delegates from all over the world BUT this does not mean you have to navigate the conference solo. Here are our top tips to network and collaborate during IDLDRC….
- Post your comments and questions for presenters on their individual presentation posts in the conference platform. Researchers have been asked to review their post and respond as often as possible.
- On Day 3, we will be inviting all IDLDRC delegates to join us for a fully interactive 24 hours in the IDLDRC virtual conference village in Gather Town. This will be a great way to share what we have learned during IDLDRC and meet with delegates from around the world. You can find out more about this exciting conference addition here.
- Organise to chat face to face, online, or via the phone with another delegate attending IDLDRC to share your daily insights.
- Another idea is to follow the #IDLDRC thread on Twitter to connect with other IDLDRC participants.
If you have any questions about your conference registration or other IDLDRC related queries, please email email@example.com.
Together, we are creating a world where people with DLD are recognised, understood, and empowered to live their best life. Without your support, IDLDRC would not be possible. Prepare yourself for three HUGE days of content as we go from EVIDENCE to IMPACT!