Welcome to Little People of America

Little People of America (LPA) is a nonprofit organization that provides support and information to people of short stature and their families.   LPA is only able to continue our work with support from members, friends and family.  Please consider making a donation today.

2015 National Conference in St. Louis - Registration Opens April 15 - click here to register

Join us for 2015 LPA National Conference in St. Louis, MO!
Registration books will be mailed out to all active LPA Members late March. 
2015 LPA Conference Registration - http://digital.turn-page.com/i/489136-2015-lpa-national-conference-st-louis 
Registration and hotel reservations will open on April 15, 2015.

Plans are underway for a fantastic week at the LPA Conference in St. Louis July 3rd-July 9th, 2015. We will be staying at the Hyatt St. Louis at the Arch.  Room rates for LPA registrants will be $134/night.  Exciting activities are scheduled for all ages. The youngsters will be reunited with their friends in the Child Care Room. The Caught in the Middle Group (CITM) will be overjoyed with the return of laser tag. The newly appointed teen coordinators are busy making their plans. Both our new and experienced parents will gather together for Parents Workshops, sharing information, stories and laughter. DAAA will return with their annual games, inspiring some friendly competition. Conference attendees will also appreciate the return of our tried and true activities along with a few new surprises. And bring your flair to this year’s Awards Banquet with a “World’s Fair” theme as St. Louis was home of the 1904 World’s Fair and has many beautiful sites dating back to that time period. 

Benefits of Membership

Membership is available to individuals with a medical diagnosis of dwarfism or form of short stature, as well as their families, grandparents, relatives, and all medical professionals.  Benefits of membership include: peer, parent, and medical support at the chapter, regional and national level; discounted rates at the National conference; advocacy; LPA Today quarterly magazine; college scholarships and support; adoption and conference attendance grants; friendship and connections; referrals to medical care by dwarfism specialists; and general support for the dwarfism community.