Learning Disabilities

Looking for information about learning disabilities? Check out these sites:
LD OnLine
A service of The Learning Project at WETA in association with the Coordinated Campaign for Learning Disabilities, LD OnLine is a comprehensive web site that includes basic and indepth information about learning disabilities, articles, research findings, political news, audio clips of learning disabilities experts, bulletin boards, “Ask the Expert,” a comprehensive listing of national and state organizations and agencies, an LD Calendar, personal essays, a newsletter, and more.
LD Resources
Formerly known as Poor Richard’s Publishing, this web site offers a good collection of articles and essays, organizations, Internet resources, electronic texts, and other resources about learning disabilities.
Learning Disabilities
A basic booklet from the National Institute of Mental Health.
Learning Disabilities Association of America
The web site of this national organization includes fact sheets on such diverse topics as assistive technology, central auditory processing problems in children, dyslexia, GED tests, home schooling; alerts and bulletins; events; state chapters, resources, and more.
Learning Strategies Database
The Muskingum College Center for Advancement of Learning offers a wealth of information and strategies for coping with specific learning difficulties, e.g. attention and listening, coding and retrieval, notetaking, organization, etc.
The National Adult Literacy and Learning Disabilities Center
Focusing on adult literacy and learning disabilities, the Center’s web site includes online editions of its excellent publications, archives of its forum, and other resources.
National Center for Learning Disabilities
Basic information about learning disabilities and an extensive resource section, with topics ranging from school testing issues to summer camps.
Devoted to increasing awareness about nonverbal learning disorders (NLD) among parents and professionals (and adults with NLD too), this web site includes articles, bulletin boards, a chat room, calendar, research, resources, and more.
Schwab Learning: A Parent’s Guide to Helping Kids with Learning Differences (formerly Schwab Foundation for Learning)
Includes information sheets, booklists, articles, a bulletin board, and other and resources for parents and educators.
Related Subjects
Assistive Technology for People with Learning Disabilities
Attention Deficit Disorder
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