International Dyslexia Association (IDA)
1949, USA, as 'Orton Society', following the work of Dr Samuel T Orton (1879-1948). 1982 name changed to 'Orton Dyslexia Society'. 1997, present name adopted. Full title: International Dyslexia Association Founded in Memory of Samuel T Orton. Registered in accordance with USA law.
Enhance study and treatment of the learning disability, dyslexia.
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National Board of Directors (meets twice a year), comprising up to 25 members including the Officers, the immediate Past-President, the Chair of the Branch Council, 15 directors-at-large and (non-voting) Executive Director. Council of Advisors. Officers: President, 3 Vice-Presidents, Secretary, Treasurer and (in year prior to Presidency) President-Elect.
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