Resources below may be helpful to you in developing your understanding of learning disabilities. Please note that this list is not a recommendation of any specific resource listed here, or a suggestion that other resources not listed are not appropriate for persons with dyslexia, autism, ADHD, sensory integration deficits, or other behavioral or developmental difficulties.
Learning Disabilities Worldwide. A non-profit organization.
LD Online This web site is available in several languages.
Recommended Books on ADHD, Sensory Integration, Children's Development and Education, etc.
Developmental Delay Resources
DDR is dedicated to meeting the needs of children with developmental delays in sensory, motor, language, social, and emotional areas.
National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD), 888-575-7373 (toll free). Promotes public awareness and understanding of learning disabilities. It advocates for improved legislation and works for better services for individuals with learning disabilities.
NICHCY-The National lnformation Center for Children & Youth with Disabilities, 800-695-0285. This is an information clearinghouse that provides free information on disabilities and disability-related issues.
Learning Disabilities Resources, This web site contains a variety of useful information for the learning disabilities community.
Computer Based Study Strategies, For concrete information about whether technology helps students learn.
Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic, 312-236-8715.
Produces textbooks on tape for students who cannot effectively read standard print because of a learning disability,
visual impairment or other physical disability. Will also record books on request, when given sufficient time.
Smart Kids with Learning Disabilities, Assists parents in their understanding of LDs.
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