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Assessing Children for the Presence of a Disability
Article discusses the methods, limitations, and areas of assessment of disabilities in children.
Canada's SchoolNet
Site provides information and resources about educating children with special needs. It's a Canadian site with lots of Canadian information.
Childhood Neurodevelopmental Dysfunction and Learning Disorders
Article touches on the problems children have with attention, memory, language, organizational skills, neuromotor functioning, and social cognition.
Homeschooling and the Child with a Learning Disorder
Article discusses some issues raised in homeschooling children with learning disorders.
Internet Resources for Special Children
Site provides many Internet resources for many types of developmental and learning disabilities.
Learning Disabilities Association of Canada
Site provides information about learning disabilities, the issues surrounding learning disabilities, and links to both Canadian and International web sites concerning learning disabilities.
Nonverbal Learning Disorders on the Web
Site provides information and resources about nonverbal learning disorders.
Special Education Resources on the Internet
"Special Education Resources on the Internet (SERI) is a collection of Internet accessible information resources of interest to those involved in the fields related to Special Education. This collection exists in order to make on-line Special Education resources more easily and readily available in one location."

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