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  • All Kinds of Minds Institute - a non-profit institute for the understanding of differences in learning (Affiliated with the Children's Health Council.)

  • The Hello Friend/Ennis William Cosby Foundation
    This Web site is dedicated to helping you learn about Ennis William Cosby, about the foundation established in his memory, and about learning and learning differences. The site offers resources and information on how parents and teachers can help individuals with learning differences. Information is also available about the new video "Ennis' Gift: A film about learning differences."

  • The Slingerland Institute for Literacy trains teachers and tutors to work with dyslexic students, as well as reading difficulties or specific language.

  • American Montessori Society national website on the Montessori philosophy, background, programs and schools.

  • California Early Start Program - Statewide coordinated interagency system of early intervention services for infants and toddlers with disabilities and their families to promote the child’s growth and development and support families during the critical early years.

  • Early Start - San Andreas Regional Center funded by the State of California. Teams of service Directors, healthcare providers, early intervention specialists, therapists, and parent resource specialists can evaluate and assess an infant or toddler and provide appropriate early intervention services to children eligible for California Early Start

  • "First Five" Santa Clara County  FIRST 5 utilizes these funds to promote, support and improve early childhood development for children prenatal through age five and their families. FIRST 5 intends to accomplish this by concentrating efforts on School Readiness with an emphasis on quality health care, family support, early care & education, and strong neighborhoods and communities.

  • Handwriting Without Tears a new concept and curriculum for teaching children who to write - faster, more easily, using a mult-sensory approach.

  • Hallowell Center for Cognitive and Emotional Health
    This Web site describes the Hallowell Center for Cognitive and Emotional Health which specializes in the understanding and managing of attention deficits, worry/anxiety, and child and adult learning difficulties. The site offers informative articles and materials by Dr. Ned Hallowell.

  • Kids Attuned Program, Palo Alto, CA - Professional Development Program for K-12 educators.

  • LD Online is an interactive guide to learning disabilities for parents, teachers, and children. LD OnLine is the official site of The Coordinated Campaign for Learning Disabilities. LD Online provides articles on a wide range of topics, national calendar of events, network of resources, artwork and writings by children, parents, and other individuals, and much more.

  • Lindamoodbell is an organization dedicated to enhancing human learning.  We were founded by the authors of critically acclaimed programs that develop the sensory-cognitive processes that underlie reading, spelling, language comprehension, math, and visual motor skills. Our process-based education programs are for individuals ranging from severely learning disabled to academically gifted–ages 5 years through adult. We are the originators and innovators of Lindamood-Bell® clinical services, professional development workshops, and a school implementation program called Human Learning Management® (HLM®). It is our mission to maximize the potential of every person to reason and communicate; we meet our goals with intelligence, integrity, and humor.

  • Misunderstood Minds
    PBS has created a companion Web site to the Misunderstood Minds special on learning differences. Within the site are stories from the show and information and resources for parents.

  • is a parent's guide to learning differences and provides a roadmap to understanding the language and landscape of learning differences and disabilities. On the site, parents can navigate between Identifying a Learning Difference, Managing a Learning Difference, and Connecting with Others.


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