Free Online Tools
- The Ohio Coalition for the Education of Children with Disabilities is a statewide, nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing the educational interests of children with disabilities. This site will provide information about advocacy, legislation, and educational rights.
- LD Online is a leading website on learning disabilities for families and professionals offering products, information and resources related to various learning disabilities.
- Bright Solutions for Dyslexia – A web site that provides detailed information pertaining to Dyslexia including answers to important questions about testing and assessment, myths of dyslexia, and teaching students with dyslexia.
- The website for the Neuhaus Education Center in Texas – a foundation that offers extensive education and teacher training for dyslexia.
- All Kinds of Minds – A website organized for families, educators, and clinicians that cover learning disabilities.
- Learning Disabilities Association of America – A comprehensive site of Learning Disabilities
- Parents Helping Parents – A resource center that includes lists of events, programs, and support groups for families affected by learning disabilities.
- Special Education Resources on the Internet – A list of information and resources that are internet accessible
- National Center for Learning Disabilities – An easy to use site for adults, children and families coping with learning disabilities that offers hope, direction and valuable information.<
- Orton Academy – Official site of the Orton-Gillinham practitioners and Educators. Provides detailed information on the Who, What, Where, When, Why, and How of the Academy.
- Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA)
- Publications – National Institutes of Health
- National Reading Panel
- Learning Ally – auditory books and text books
College Bound Support
- Notre Dame College Academic Support Center – The Academic Support Center is designed to support students with documented learning disabilities such as attention deficit disorder (ADD), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and dyslexia. Services offered by the Center are voluntary and comprehensive, and created to develop independence and self-advocacy.
Legal Assistance Websites
- College Resources for Students with Disabilities
- Scholarships for Students with Disabilities
- Center for Children’s Advocacy, Inc. University of Connecticut
- Council of Parent Attorney and Advocates
- Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder
- Attention Deficit Disorder Association
Non Verbal Learning Disability Sites
Other Online Resources
- All Kinds of Minds
- Children of the Code
- Learning Disabilities Online
- Medline Plus Health Information: Learning Disorders, of National Institutes of Health (search site for developmental reading disorder or dyslexia)
- Reading Rockets
- Smart Kids with Learning Disabilities, Inc.
- Schwab Foundation for Learning
The IDA Northern Ohio Branch does not recommend or endorse any individual, business, school or program. We provide these contacts to help you network with those individuals involved in the issues of dyslexia.
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