About LDA of Texas

The Learning Disabilities Association of Texas (LDATX) is a not-for-profit, volunteer organization dedicated to advancing the education and general welfare of persons with learning disabilities. LDATX was chartered in 1963 to stimulate public and private action to meet the needs of these individuals. LDATX is affiliated with the national Learning Disabilities Association of America and local affiliates across the State of Texas. Membership includes persons with learning disabilities, their families, and professionals in the fields of medicine, education, and the social sciences concerned with the problems of those with learning disabilities.

Contact us to receive information on resources in your area. If you are a service provider or you know of one who would like to be included in this database, contact LDATX .

LDATX does not endorse or recommend any person, publication, method, therapy, institution, product, or treatment. It does, however, present without partiality many ways to assist those with learning disabilities in reaching their full potential.


  • Enhance public awareness of learning disabilities.
  • Provide information and referral services.
  • Encourage early identification and appropriate instruction of students with learning disabilities. 
  • Help parents, professionals, and service providers work effectively with individuals with learning disabilities.
  • Assist parents of individuals with learning disabilities in advocating for their children, and assist individuals with learning disabilities in self-advocacy by providing current information regarding federal and state statutes, rules, and regulations.
  • Advocate on behalf of individuals with learning disabilities for new services and assist in upgrading existing programs on local, state, and national levels.
  • Provide emotional support and assistance to individuals with learning disabilities and/or their families
  • Assist interested individuals to organize efforts within their own community.
  • Work cooperatively with other organizations, agencies, and schools to bring about changes that will have a favorable impact on the lives of all individuals with disabilities.