(NCIP) - Promotes the effective use of technology to enhance outcomes for students with sensory, cognitive, physical, and social/emotional disabilities.
(W3C) Disabilities Developments Page
"Serving the needs of individuals with autism and their families through advocacy, education, public awareness, and research since 1965."
Center for the Study of Autism (Portland, Oregon)
Site contains information on Autism, Subgroups and Related Disorders, Issues, Interventions, and other information related to Autism.
Society For The Autistically Handicapped - (United Kingdom)
Is highlighted by information about the organization and many of its useful publications.
J. Lubin's collection of resources.
Department of Special Education University of Kansas.
NADS, a not-for-profit organization, was founded in Chicago in 1961 by parents of children with Down syndrome who felt a need to create a better environment and bring about understanding and acceptance of people with Down syndrome.
The National Down Syndrome Society was established in 1979 to increase public awareness about Down syndrome to assist families in addressing the needs of children born with this genetic condition, and to sponsor and encourage scientific research--a very good Web site.
This site features some content on dyslexia written by students of the Dyslexia Center. The Center offers informational workshops, assessments, and tutorial services.
A forum for networking and sharing information about creative thinking, dyslexia, and other learning differences is at this site.
The International Dyslexia Association is an international, 501C(3) nonprofit, scientific and educational organization dedicated to the study and treatment of dyslexia.
A nonprofit organization that serves as a lending library of academic and professional textbooks on audiotape. Includes FAQs on how to use the service.
Creative projects – share ideas.
This Kit, announced by President Clinton at the April 17, 1997 White House Conference on Early Childhood Development and Learning, is available at the Department of Education web site. The kit contains activity guides for families and caregivers, which are arranged in four age groups from birth to age five; they are designed to "help your young children learn about language.
Family and Parent Support
Gifted and Talented
Organizations and Associations
Special Education - General (Inclusion)