Raising Awareness of Developmental Language Disorder (RADLD) International Committee

The Raising Awareness of Developmental Language Disorder (RADLD). RADLD is coordinated by a volunteer International Committee with professional training as speech-language therapist/pathologist (SLT/SLP) in the United States, Canada, Australia, and United Kingdom. Our vision is a world where people with Developmental Language Disorder (DLD) are supported to pursue their goals and aspirations, which we achieve by partnering with the community to foster a substantial increase in international awareness of DLD.

We also organize activities for the DLD Awareness Day, which will be celebrated this year on Friday 14 October. We would like to ask your association to consider organizing activities to help people in your city or country learn about DLD and the individuals affected by it. At you will find a range of useful resources to help raise awareness of DLD.  You may also like to follow us on Facebook and Twitter.  If you already have awareness raising activities planned, we would be excited to hear from you (

We also have an ambassador program through which we share resources and provide support to SLTs/SLPs, educators and families in their efforts to raise awareness of DLD. There are nearly 800 Ambassadors from all around the world but need further support in your country. We would great appreciate if you could share information on the program

We would greatly appreciate collaborating with you to help your members learn more about the RADLD, and how they can advocate for individuals with DLD.

Posting date: August 31, 2022


Hong Kong Association of Gerontology

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Posting date: July 14, 2022


Asia Pacific Society of Speech, Language, and Hearing (APSSLH)

You are invited! 
We are currently accepting volunteers for the 2022-2023 term. If you are interested in serving as an officer or committee member click the link below and submit your volunteer survey form. We hope to receive your response by December 15, 2021. If you have any questions feel free to contact Sue Ann Lee at
Asia Pacific Society of Speech, Language, and Hearing (APSSLH) strives to work for the benefit of Asian Pacific individuals with speech, language, and hearing disorders and aims to empower Asian Pacific speech language pathology and audiology professionals in the world.