Special Education Links and
Support Organizations

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The following are links to special education sites and organizations that support the special needs of children and their families.

Asperger Advice: A positive point of view offering solid information about Asperger Syndrome.

Autism Speaks: Dedicated to funding research into the causes, prevention and treatment of autism.

Autism Society: Supporting families affected by autism and Asperger's syndrome.

Beating Dyslexia: An informative site for people who want to overcome dyslexia, not just cope with it.

Best Books for Kids: Reading strategies and book ideas for children of all ages.

Birth Injury:  A comprehensive resource on birth injury including cerebral palsy, infant brain damage and infant wrongful death.

Bonnie Schinagle Law:  New York special education lawyer Bonnie Spiro Schinagle, Esq. has first-hand experience in protecting your legal rights and giving you a true voice in your child’s educational future.   

BPKids: Learn more about the Child and Adolescent Bi-Polar Foundation.

Calm Clinic: A comprehensive resource site for families dealing with anxiety disorders, depression and panic attacks.

Celebrate Motherhood: Encouragement for moms of all ages providing information, support or a good laugh.

Cerebral Palsy:  Information for those suffering from cerebral palsy including support.

Child Behavior Guide: Information and strategies related to child behavior, pervasive developmental disorders and ADHD.

Child Care Business: Not just Child Care Jobs--This site is dedicated to helping new in home child care providers become successful. This is a stay at home business that works. Visit us for free advice on how to have a profitable business and provide high quality care. PARENTS--learn about child care, child safety, development and provider selection. A parenting must read.

Children Succeed: Innovative communication and social skills games for children with Autism and Asperger syndrome. Exclusive information for parents, teachers and other professionals is also provided.

Concordia University Special Education Program: Interested in becoming a special education teacher? Concordia University offers one of the most comprehensive programs in the nation. Learn more today.

Down Syndrome Society: Direct support to families with children who have down syndrome.

Down Syndrome and Sleep Disorders:  Information on sleep disorders often affecting individuals with Down Syndrome.

Dyslexia Reading Well: Information and resources on dyslexia for parents and teachers.

Easter Seals: Education, outreach and advocacy for those living with disabilities.

Feeding Underweight Children: Tips and techniques for parents on what and how to feed their child to promote weight gain and healthy nutrition.

Forest Trail Academy:  Private on line school that provides virtual K-12 education across the globe.

Geometry Formulas: Detailed insight into this subject including formulas, tutoring and assistance for students of any level.

HIE Hypoxic-Ischemic-Encephalopathy:  Information on this brain injury which occurs due to lack of oxygen.

Home Schooling Records: On line calendar and grade keeper for parents who homeschool their children.

Home Speech Home: Resource for home speech therapy ideas, materials and activities including information about speech disorders.

icommunicate: "icommunicate" is a site for teachers and parents dedicated to enhancing speech, language and communication for all individuals by providing information, services and resources for speech therapy/pathology and disorders related to communication.

Indy Child Therapist: Jessica Hood, LCSW, is a child and family therapist in the Indianapolis area addressing the needs of children and their families.

Learning Disabilities Reading Tutor: Resource site for parents of children with reading disorders and dyslexia.

LDA Learning:    LDA education is a leading provider of teaching resources for special needs and primary educational support.

March of Dimes: Non-profit organization for pregnancy information and baby health.

Math Problem Solving: Learn math in a fun, friendly way. Various techniques are available as well as a forum and tutoring information.

Social Skills Central: Tools and techniques on how to improve and teach your child social skills.

SPD Parent Zone: A non-profit web site for parents of children with sensory processing disorder(SPD).

Special Needs for Daily Living: Solutions to meet the special needs of the elderly, the disabled and the obese. We help make daily living easier for people with special needs.

Speech Language Development: Learn about speech development and how to obtain a speech evaluation for your child.

Study Skills for All Ages: Turn learning struggles into learning victories. Learn tips including note taking, studying, mind mapping and eliminating test anxiety.

Teaching Reading Fundamentals: Discover great resources that will help you teach your child to read.

The Special Needs Child: Tips and techniques for loving and parenting a child with special needs.

The Tutoring Expert: Expert tutoring advice and resources for students and parents from the author of Be A Great Tutor.

United Cerebral Palsy: Life without limits for people with disabilities.

Valley SNAFU: Information and advocacy services regarding parental rights and programs for children with special needs.

Virtual Speech Therapy: Virtual Speech Center specializes in providing speech/language assessment and therapy online (tele-practice) via web-based software. We offer free IPhone applications for our speech pathologists.

Wright's Law: Specific case information about special education law.