Developmental Language Disorder (DLD) Training

We're busy creating a world where people with DLD are recognised, understood and empowered to live their best life. Join us!

Have you just received a Developmental Language Disorder (DLD) diagnosis and are now wondering what it means for your family? Or are you a therapist or educator looking to sharpen your skills and understanding of DLD? Our expert trainers have decades of experience working directly with people with DLD to empower them to thrive. Our training is evidence-based and practical to ensure you can apply your learnings in various settings. We provide pre-recorded online courses, in addition, to live interactive workshops that you can access online or in person. See our latest training opportunities below.

Upcoming Live workshops

Evidence Based Interventions & Strategies for Children with DLD will also be offered on Tuesday 13 August 2024. Find out more and book your place HERE.

Diagnosing DLD with Confidence will also be offered on Saturday 2nd November 2024 from 9am – 1:30pm. Find out more and book your place HERE.

On Demand DLD Training

THE INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENTAL LANGUAGE DISORDER RESEARCH CONFERENCE (IDLDRC)

Short courses with Special Guests

CORE DLD FOCUSED COURSES

International DLD Research Conference Keynote Series

DLD Training for Educators

FREE ONLINE COURSE: The What is Language? + What is DLD? course has been created to give teachers and families a brief overview of language and Developmental Language Disorder (DLD). It provides a starting point for conversations and more in depth exploration of language and DLD, a hidden but common disability that affects two children in the average classroom of 30 students

DLD can have a significant impact on a student’s ability to experience academic success, autonomy and relationships with others. This bespoke program has been purposefully designed for primary classroom teachers and offers both on demand and real-time online learning. This program combines current research with functional strategies to support primary school-aged students with DLD.

 

The Linking Language with Secondary School Learning (LINK-S) Program is an evidence-based professionally collaborative approach to supporting secondary school students with Developmental Language Disorder (DLD) and other language-based learning difficulties.

Find DLD training options tailored to You

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Private Group DLD Workshops

Please use the enquiry form below to request a proposal for professional learning from The DLD Project for your team or organisation. Our team will review your information and contact you as soon as possible.