International Developmental Language Disorder (DLD) Research Conference | SEP 19-21 2022
IDLDRC is an annual international event held virtually from 19-21 September, 2022 (#IDLDRC), providing a platform to share research about Developmental Language Disorder (DLD).
Did you miss IDLDRC 2022? The LIVE event has now passed, however all sessions were recorded so you can access the latest DLD research online, 24/7 from anywhere in the world! This includes 40+ pre-recorded research presentations!
The conference addresses the roadblocks to sharing the learning and insights that sit in the hands of a few, but could potentially change the lives of people with DLD. Profits from IDLDRC go towards a DLD Research Grant.
DLD from school years through to adulthood: the invisible condition
Although things have improved in the past few years, developmental language disorder (DLD) still has a very low public profile when compared to other neurodevelopmental condition such as autism and dyslexia. I’ll discuss some possible reasons for this. These include the different professional groups involved with different conditions, and different research funding bodies.
In addition, while DLD in preschoolers is generally obvious to others, language problems can go unnoticed in older children and adults. I will discuss how consistent terminology can help with recognition of DLD, while noting that the potential drawbacks of diagnosis need to be balanced against benefits.
Dorothy Bishop recently retired as Professor of Developmental Neuropsychology at the University of Oxford, where she headed an ERC-funded programme of research. She is an honorary fellow of St John’s College Oxford, and a Fellow of the Royal Society, the British Academy and the Academy of Medical Sciences. She has published substantial books and papers on the nature and causes of developmental language disorder, focusing on psycholinguistics, neurobiology and genetics. Beyond psychology, she is active in the field of open science and research reproducibility. She remains active on social media, with a popular blog, Bishopblog, and she tweets as @deevybee.
Access IDLDRC from Anywhere in the World
IDLDRC presentations are available as recorded presentations hosted on our virtual online learning platform. IDLDRC 2022 will feature three outstanding keynotes and more than 45 research presentations.
IDLDRC is delivered virtually featuring asynchronous and synchronous events. All presentations are recorded so they can be viewed any time during your access period to IDLDRC. A ticket to IDLDRC is $60 AUD for 1 month access or $90 AUD for 12 months access.
2022 IDLDRC SPONSORS
Black Sheep Press
Resources for teachers and speech and language pathologists working with children with Developmental Language Disorder and speech, language & communication needs (SLCN), that’s our business.
Cost-effective, attractive resources, assessments and Apps, which are devised by experts and loved by children. Visit the Black Sheep Press website to learn more.
The Informed SLP
The Informed SLP is a team of clinicians and scientists dedicated to helping you stay up-to-date with our field’s evidence. They read all the newly published research across the SLP scope each month (that’s hundreds of research papers!), then distill the clinically actionable information into their monthly digest of easy-to-understand research reviews. Join the 13,000+ SLPs who rely on The Informed SLP to know what works and grow their expertise at www.TheInformedSLP.com.
Banter Speech & Language
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FREMANTLE SPEECH PATHOLOGY SERVICES
Based in Western Australia, Fremantle Speech Pathology Services is a dynamic multidisciplinary clinic with over 30 therapists working across speech, language and literacy areas.
The clinic promotes a strong culture of collaboration and support across the speech pathology community; it provides practical clinical experience for final year speech pathology students, which affords enormous satisfaction for all involved.
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CALL FOR ABSTRACTS - CLOSED
The call for abstracts for IDLDRC 2022 is CLOSED. Abstract acceptance emails were sent on Tuesday 12 July 2022. If you have any questions regarding your submission please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
IDLDRC Research Grant - Funding Research Into DLD
The best part? Profits from IDLDRC go to funding a DLD RESEARCH GRANT to further research into Developmental Language Disorder! The 2022 research grant was for $15,000 AUD and applications are now CLOSED. The successful grant recipient will be announced shortly in August 2022.
IDLDRC TIMELINE 2022
Become a Sponsor of IDLDRC 2022
There are different levels of sponsorship packages for IDLDRC 2022 and recognition will be given to each sponsor at online events, in pre-conference marketing materials, and on thedldproject.com. This is a great opportunity to highlight your business, program or institution in front of conference participants, researchers, educators, people with DLD and their families.
IDLDRC provides an excellent opportunity for your organisation to:
- Gain exposure to national, regional and international delegates;
- Maintain a high profile with your target market;
- Demonstrate your involvement, commitment and support of people with DLD and those who empower them;
- Launch new products and services.
Majority World Countries & Developing Communities Access Grants for IDLDRC 2022
United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Alignment
The work of the International Developmental Language Disorder Research Conference supports SDGs 3, 4, 8, 10, 16, 17 (and others). Each presentation will be aligned with relevant United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
Who is Hosting IDLDRC 2022?
The International DLD Research Conference is coordinated by The DLD Project in Australia. We are an impact focussed social enterprise founded to elevate awareness and understanding of DLD. This is an exciting opportunity to present and engage with current research in a virtual space.