+ Web Sites for Learning Disabilities and Dyslexia

other topics: click a “category” or use search box

International Dyslexia Association (IDA)  www.interdys.org — the mother ship; latest information on reading: teaching, resources and research

Reading for the Blind and Dyslexic (RFB&D) www.rfbd.org — makes available recordings of books and materials

32nd Degree Masonic Learning Centers for Children www.childrenslearningcenters.orgchildren may recieve two years free O-G training; there can be waiting lists

Americans with Disabilities  www.ada.gov (at the Federal level) — assistance with the Americans with Disabilities Act

Council for Exceptional Children (CEC)  www.cec.sped.org — assists teacher, educators and special service providers with the administration of changes to special education laws

National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLDwww.ncld.org  — information for parents, professionals and individuals with disabilities

Learning Disabilities Association (LDAwww.ldanatl.org  — information about national and local laws, rights and services

Council for Learning Disabilities (CLDwww.cldinternational.org —  addresses issues affecting children and adults with learning disabilities; includes a newsletter and forum 

Hope Educational Consulting LLC  www.hopeforlearning.com  — consultants for parents in finding the right match for their child; located in Ohio but work with parents from many states 

Wrightslaw: Special Education Law and Advocacy  www.wrightslaw.com  — thousands of articles, cases, resources on dozens of topics dealing with special education 


in Ohio

[IDA and LDA sites will give help and referrals for local resources all across the nation]

Central Ohio Special Education Regional Resource Center (COSERRC)  www.coserrc.org  — resource for information about all aspects of special education locally: schools, teaching, testing, special services 

Central Ohio Branch of IDA (COBIDA)  www.cobida.org — referrals for tutors and diagnosticians as well as other local information

Ohio Coalition for the Education of Children with Disabilities (OCECD)  www.ocecd.org  — government funded agency to assist parents in understanding their rights under the law; will hold trainings for parents if requested

Ohio Legal Rights Service (OLRS)  www.olrs.ohio.govstate agency to assist with all aspects of legal rights in Ohio


private tutoring in Columbus OH:   Adrienne Edwards   614-579-6021   or email  aedwardstutor@columbus.rr.com


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