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LDOnLine LDOnLine LDOnLine is a visually attractive interactive guide to learning disabilities for parents, teachers, and children, a service of The Learning Disabilities Project at WETA in Washington, DC. In addition to a range

LDOnLine

LDOnLine is a visually attractive interactive guide to learning disabilities for parents, teachers, and children, a service of The Learning Disabilities Project at WETA in Washington, DC. In addition to a range of factual information, an events calendar, and a guide to resources, the site offers Kid Zone, where children with learning disabilities can share their art work and stories.

The Learning Disabilities Association of America

The Learning Disabilities Association of America site is a well-organized and comprehensive resource for information on the range of learning disabilities affecting children and adults. In addition to fact sheets on specific disorders, directories of print, electronic, and other resources, and LDA position papers, there are sections focusing on everything from assistive technology, to parents' rights and responsibilities, to summaries of scientific research.

National Center for Learning Disabilities

This site offers a wealth of information about learning disabilities, including coping methods, current research, and teaching strategies. The site is aimed at those with disabilities, their families, and others who work with the learning disabled.

National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities

The National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities serves as a central source of information on disabilities in youth. There are pages on developmental delays and early intervention, education and legislative issues, specific disabilities, and more.

TeensHealth: Learning Disabilities

This TeensHealth site, from the Nemours Foundation, is aimed at youth and provides information on what learning disabilities are, signs of disabilities, their causes, and how to cope with them. Click the “more like this” tab on the right for additional articles, and the “resources” tab for related outside links.