Learning Disabilities

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  • All Kinds of Minds:
    All Kinds of Minds helps students who struggle with learning measurably improve their success in school and life by providing programs that integrate educational, scientific, and clinical expertise.

  • American Federation of Teachers:
    The American Federation of Teachers was founded in 1916 to represent the economic, social and professional interests of classroom teachers. It is an affiliated international union of the AFL-CIO.

  • Center for Applied Special Technology :
    Founded in 1984, CAST has earned international recognition for its development of innovative, technology-based educational resources and strategies based on the principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL).

  • Council for Learning Disabilities :
    The Council for Learning Disabilities (CLD) is an international organization that promotes effective teaching and research. 
  • Family Center on Technology and Disability :
    The Family Center is a resource designed to support organizations and programs that work with families of children and youth with disabilities.

  • First Signs:
    A national non-profit organization dedicated to educating parents and pediatric professionals about the early warning signs of autism and other developmental disorders.

  • Hello Friend:
    The Foundation was formed in early 1997 as a public, non-profit organization. It is dedicated to being a friend to all people with dyslexia and language-based learning differences.

  • LD Online:
    A national educational service of public television station WETA in Washington, D.C.

  • National Association for the Education of African American Children with Learning Disabilities:
    The National Association for the Education of African American Children with Learning Disabilities (NAEAACLD) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization founded in 2000 for the purpose of increasing awareness in minority communities about learning differences and promoting parent advocacy. The mission of the NAEAACLD is to link information and resources provided by an established network of individuals and organizations experienced in minority research and special education with parents, educators, and others responsible for providing a quality education for all children.

  • National Attention Disorder Association (ADDA):
    ADDA provides information, resources and networking opportunities to help adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD) lead better lives.

  • National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD):
    LD.org is the official Web site of the NCLD. LD.org strives to be an effective, easy-to-use resource for people seeking authoritative information on learning disabilities (LD).

  • National Center on Education, Disability, and Juvenile Justice:
    EDJJ is a collaborative project involving partners from the University of Maryland, Arizona State University, the American Institutes for Research in Washington, DC, and the PACER parent advocacy center in Minneapolis.

  • National PTA:
    National PTA is the largest volunteer child advocacy organization in the United States. A not-for-profit association of parents, educators, students, and other citizens active in their schools and communities, PTA is a leader in reminding our nation of its obligations to children.

  • Optometrists Network:
    The Optometrists Network began in 1996 when its flagship web site vision3d.com was published on the Web.
  • Smart Kids With Learning Disabilities:
    SmartKidswithLD.org is the website of Smart Kids with Learning Disabilities, Inc., a non-profit organization dedicated to providing support to parents of children with learning disabilities and/or attention deficit disorders.

  • Teaching LD:
    TeachingLD is a service of the Division for Learning Disabilities (DLD) of the Council for Exceptional Children.