|Useful Websites for Parents and Teachers|
A great resource for addressing any number of psychiatric disorders in children associated with ADHD.
This Web site offers an online newsletter to support learning disabilities. The site is a great resource for information on characteristics of students with learning disabilities.
The website provides information on a variety of childhood disorders.
A good resource for information on ADHD related subjects. They also provide resource for referral to professional and support groups.
This is a division of the Council for Exceptional Children, which advocates for individuals who work with and on behalf of children with special needs from birth through age eight and their families.
CHADD works to improve the lives of people with ADHD through education, advocacy, and support. The site includes factsheets, legislative information, research studies, and links.
The Center on the Social and Emotional Foundations for Early Learning is a national center focused on strengthening the capacity of childcare and Head Start programs to improve the social and emotional outcomes of young children. Training resources are available to download in both English and Spanish.
A parent/form message board that provides resources and information on oppositional defiant disorder (ODD), conduct disorder (CD) and ADHD.
The Council of Exceptional Children site is a national resource for educators and parents. The Web site has articles and news along with an extensive store with books for teachers, parents, and students with disabilities.
A clearing house for links, referrals to organizations, books, residential programs for teens, and much more. There is a Lot of information on parenting style and methods, as well as behavioral problems and other adolescent issues.
HealthTalk: ADHD provides an interactive web site for information about ADHD. Features include radio, blogs, podcasts, live shows and replays of shows related to the topic.
This site is a highly informative resource for teachers, parents and students with learning disabilities. The site contains numerous articles and links to support individuals with learning differences.
LDA’s purpose is to advance the education and general welfare of children who show handicaps of a perceptual, conceptual, or coordinative nature.
Support groups and advocacy. In particular, check on Child & Adolescent Action Center.
Part of the U.S. Public Health Service, involved in research into juvenile emotional, cognitive, and behavioral disorders.
The National Center for Learning Disabilities’ Web site contains sections for parents, advocates, teachers, and individuals with learning disabilities. This is an informative site with information on the latest research and on Response to Intervention models of early intervention.
The purpose of this Web site is to discuss positive behavioral supports for young children who engage in challenging behaviors. The information on this Web site is intended to help families, caregivers, and service providers.
The Technical Assistance Center for PBIS has been established by the office of Special Education Program, U.S. Department of Education, to give schools capacity-building information and technical assistance for identifying, adapting, and sustaining effective, schoolwide disciplinary practices. The center provides information at the level of individual students, schools, and districts that schoolwide positive behavior intervention and supports are feasible and effective.
Free to $9 per month.
$5 or $10 per month.
The Web site provides a description of various disabilities.
This site defines the different types of ADHD and a proper learning environment.
The Division of Learning Disabilities of the Council for Exceptional Children Web site has news and Web features for teachers and parents of individual with learning disabilities.
Organizational website to help with academic work.