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Learning Disabilities
Assistive Technologies/Learning Disabilities/Inclusion (20 links)
Audiblox develops a variety of learning skills, including concentration, perception, memory and logical thinking; effective in addressing difficulties in reading, spelling and writing.  It is effective for dyslexia, dysgraphia and other learning difficulties
Behavior Home Page
disABILITY Information and Resources

Filefolderheaven--free, printable file folder games as well as interactive books that are appropriate for Special Education teachers, Early Childhood Teachers, as well as Speech Therapists.

Learning Disabilities Association
Misunderstood Minds--The site includes strategies for addressing various learning difficulties, tools for educators and parents, background on current issues surrounding the topic, resources to learn more, and information on the five children profiled in the documentary and their families. "Misunderstood Minds" airs Wednesday, March 27, 2002 at 9pm on PBS.

One-hand typing--and other resources for the student with one hand

You Can Read!--a learn-to-read phonics program on videotapes. The program was written and produced by teachers and has been highly recommended by both parents and educators. It includes 12 easy-to-follow lessons on four videotapes and is accompanied by over 150 corresponding worksheets. "You Can Read!" is effective for the young child who is ready to read and for the older child or adult who has experienced some difficulty in reading.
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