Learning Disabilities Resources

Landmark College offers dynamic services for professionals and parents through the Landmark College Institute for Research and Training (LCIRT). We are a service provider of professional development and consulting for schools, colleges and educators around the globe. smiling professionals at conference

Our focus is on:

  • Universal Design and effective instruction
  • best practices in promoting literacy, math and social pragmatics
  • supporting diverse student profiles such as LD, ADHD and ASD

We provide:

  • Workshops and seminars
  • Customized training and consulting
  • Summer Institutes
  • Professional Development Certificate Program

As the research arm of the College, LCIRT partners with faculty and other institutions to generate and disseminate research. Many of the evidence-based teaching practices in the fields of learning disabilities, ADHD and other learning differences are generated, implemented and validated right here on campus.

Landmark College’s repository of books, publications, multimedia products and other resources for supporting students with learning differences in the classroom is rich and extensive. The culture of inquiry, innovation and research at Landmark College has led to the development of a vast library of resources on learning disabilities, ADHD and autism spectrum disorders, as well as scholarly contributions to the field:

LD, ADHD & ASD Publications of Landmark College Faculty and Staff [PDF]

This LD Resources section will provide you with a brief overview of learning disabilities, ADHD and ASD, along with links to nationally recognized organizations and websites.

For scholarly publications, grants and research on LD, ADHD and ASD, visit
Landmark College Institute for Research & Training (LCIRT).

For books, articles and general information on LD, ADHD and ASD, visit 
Landmark College Library LD, ADHD & ASD Research Collection.

For additional information:

Landmark College Institute
for Research and Training
19 River Road South
Putney, VT 05346
802.387.1662
institute@landmark.edu