eLuma to Attend the LRP Conference

A week from today, the eLuma team will converge with nearly 3,000 other special educators to attend its first LRP National Institute Conference on Legal Issues of Educating Individuals with Disabilities in Orlando, Florida.

For 40 years, the LRP organization has been helping special educators by providing the highest-quality professional development possible so that educators have the tools and resources needed to make an impact in the lives of students, special education programs and communities.

Specifically, it will offer more than forty sessions in six tailored tracks including Section 504, IDEA, Educational Technology, and others. In addition, it will offer general presentation from a wide range of thought leaders in special education including legal guru Karen Haase, Academy Award-winning actress Marlee Matlin and many others.

Come By and See Us

We are really excited to attend, learn, contribute and network with some really great people. In addition, we will have a booth (LRP #518) — so if you are going, come by and see us. We’ll have lots of candy, contests, give-aways and of course, good company;-)

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George Dayton

George Dayton

George Dayton is the Director of Marketing & Business Development at eLuma Online Therapy. He earned a Bachelor's degree from Brigham Young University as well as a Master's Degree in Business Administration from the Woodbury School of Business. Mr. Dayton has spent the larger part of his career developing, producing and distributing filmed content for kids and families ( including the award-winning remake of the film Where the Red Fern Grows for Buena Vista Home Entertainment). In more recent years, he has worked on ventures more closely related to children's welfare and education. He served as one of the founding members of Kidnected World, the Student Orphan Aid Program, and also helped launched the Autism Initiative for Vivint Gives Back. Mr. Dayton is passionate about eLuma and its cause, and hopes to help find new ways in which the company can partner with schools to maximize student outcomes!