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LDDI Consensus Statements

These statements present the science, conclusions and policy consensus reached by a large number of members of the scientific and advocacy community related to learning and developmental disabilities.

2008 Scientific Consensus Statement on Environmental Agents Associated with Neurodevelopmental Disorders (or see the one-page Executive Summary)

2008 Policy Implications Based on the Scientific Consensus Statement on Environmental Agents Associated with Neurodevelopmental Disorders (add your signature using the form below)

A 2010 article in the Journal of Intellectual and Developmental Disability summarizes and updates these two statements: Scientific and policy statements on environmental agents associated with neurodevelopmental disorders.


LDDI Resolution, April 2003: LDDI created this resolution on toxic threats to child development, co-signed by member organizations, that describes what we currently know and don't know scientifically about neurotoxicants and what actions would be prudent to take now to increase our knowledge and protect people from toxic exposures. See our LDDI Resolution. This statement has been replaced by the more current consensus statements above.


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