From Schwab Learning--The site offers a number of topics to help parents of children with learning disabilities such as “Identifying Difficulties”, “Managing School and Learning”, and “Connecting with Others”. With a comprehensive resource page, and publications including “Expert Answers” and tips.
"Ten percent of autistic children can actually recover from the disorder, according to research by University of Connecticut psychology professor Deborah Fein."
Learn what autism is, as well as diagnosis, treatment, your child's rights, and autism and your family.
With an introduction and warning signs by age. Dysgraphia interferes with written expression. From the National Center for Learning Disabilities.
With an introduction and warning signs by age. Dyslexia causes difficulty with reading, writing, and spelling. From the National Center for Learning Disabilities.
With an introduction and warning signs by age. Dyspraxia interferes with motor skills development. From the National Center for Learning Disabilities.
Adult, teen, children and infant assistive technology and games for hearing, vision, mobility, communication, and learning disabilities. Low price guarantee.
The Federation is a center for parents and parent organizations to work together on behalf of children with special needs and their families.
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. A detailed booklet that describes the symptoms, causes, and treatments; with information on getting help and coping.
The Foundation’s mission: “To redefine the potential of children with developmental and communication challenges by making the DIR/Floortime model broadly available.” With resources and information about autism and related disorders for parents, professionals, and the community.
A new study published in Pediatrics links high levels of pesticides in children's urine with higher incidences of ADHD. In the Tips for Parents, learn how children are exposed to pesticides and how you can lower their exposure.
Identify some of the signs of dyslexia and how to get the extra help your child needs.
Important tips for accessing special education programs.