Learning Issues

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(Additional resources are found on the Disabilities pages.)

OnLine is a grant-funded service offering a fine introduction, an in-depth resource guide (with many links) information on specific issues (including Individualized Educational Plans), and where to find help - a terrific site.

The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) offers information to help understand the problem, get help and sustain hope.  

AtHealth's material on reading and mathematics disorders is useful (though their main learning disabilities information is drawn fro NIMH above).


The National Center for Learning Disabilities provides national leadership in support of children and adults with learning disabilities by providing information, resources, and referral services; developing and supporting innovative educational programs, seminars, and workshops; conducting a public awareness campaign; and advocating for more effective policies and legislation to help individuals with learning disabilities.  Offers a fine introduction, many links.

The Learning Disabilities Association of America is a national,
non-profit organization seeking to advance the education and general
welfare of children and adults who manifest disabilities of a perceptual, conceptual, or coordinative nature.  Fact sheets are geared to 0 to 3 age range, links are more broad. 

last update 3/30/00

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