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January 8, 2020

Thanks to our supporters, The NVLD Project is expanding understanding and awareness of Non-Verbal Learning Disability, a complicated and poorly understood social and spatial disability. With your help, we will give a greater voice to people with NVLD and facilitate access to treatment, educational interventions and accommodations.

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