Resources and Links
We've found the below material helpful as they deal with some of the most common issues experienced by families.
- Practical Ways to Help Your Child Cope with Worries
- References for ADHD
- Developing a Positively Based Behavior Pogram
- Glossary of Testing Terms
The Internet offers a wealth of information. Below are sources we trust. We make every attempt to make sure all links are accurate and functional. Please alert us to any broken links.
Websites for ADHD
National Attention Deficit Disorder Assoiation.
An excellent resource for information, support groups and links.
National Institute of Mental Health
Comprehensive resource for child and teen health.
National organization for children and adults with ADHD. There are also local chapters for CHADD that can be found through this website.
This site discusses research findings regarding behavioral and medical treatments for ADHD.
Helpful answers on understanding and managing people who have ADHD and for the parents and caregivers of these children.
- CDC ADHD Resources
Great source for statistics, research, recommendations, facts, articles, education, training and tools for ADHD.
Websites for Learning Disability Information
National Learning Disability Association
Good resource for a wide range of information.
Offers more practical information.
Magazine-type website that is attractive and appealing in its presentation. It is funded by Schwab as well and offers practical, weekly advice.
Comprehensive website which feature many specific suggestions and books that can be downloaded.
- Lindamood-Bell Learning Process
Highly regarded multi-modal approach to teaching children. This website helps connect you with tutors and allows you to purchase information.
- Institute for Multi-sensory Education
A commercial website that sells a product to be used by parents at home. It is relatively well-regarded by professionals, but it is recommended you speak with the school resource specialist before spending money on any home products so that there is coordination between what is being taught at home and at school.
Websites for Anxiety in Children
- National Center for Children Exposed to Violence
Offers very practical suggestions and help for how to determine if your child is affected by recent events in our world. Also has extremely helpful and informative handout for parents and teachers detailing how to discuss and help children cope with war.
- Child Anxiety Network
Good links and resources.
- Anxiety Disorders Association of America
Easy to use and practical website with fact-based information.