A-Z of Websites and Links for parents and teachers with
an interest in special education, provided by Emtec
comprehensive set of links to anything to do with dyslexia
maintained by George Row.
Needs Net for Secondary students. This page contains
links to information and resources relevant to pupils of
Secondary School age. Use the list on the left of this page
to choose an area of interest. Approved by the association
of teachers websites.
Through Remote Learning. You must register (free of
charge) to follow these courses. Also lots of links on left
Institute of Learning Disabilities (BILD). Click on
the links button to go to an index of links to other sites
that you may find helpful. The links are set out in alphabetical
Do. An ability focused web site dedicated to helping
all people develop a "can-do" attitude and approach to life...
no matter what the obstacles.
for Educational Research, Faculty of Education, Canterbury
Christ Church University College
English and Dyslexia. A fun site from dyslexic.com.
Well worth a visit
Services. "The mission of Disability Services is
to be a catalyst for ensuring equal learning and working
opportunities for disabled students, faculty, staff, and
guests by increasing the capacity of communities to eliminate
physical, programmatic, policy, informational, and attitudinal
barriers." Scroll the page and follow the links
Tights Commission in the UK.
Click on the Links Button on the top right of page for links
to hundreds of relevant sites
for Development in Special Needs Education. Provides comparative
information about special education in the 17 participating
countries, as well as in-depth country specific information
and contact details.
A UK charity which exists to help people to understand and
cope with dyspraxia.
Special Needs Sites provided by EXPLANATORY
It's for everyone. A visual language is a rich, multi-sensory
form of communication, along with facial expression, body
language, and even sound.
of Sign Languages
is the leading provider of web-based communication tools
for the visually impaired, their friends and family.
am Dyslexic.com A
web site for dyslexics built by a dyslexic child
to relevant sites from Dyslexic.com. Some are listed
elsewhere on this page but there are too many links to list
Education and Music Therapy for Children and Youth with
Brain is Different from dyslexic.com
Language Web Site. This Web site is in University Lumière
Lyon 2 - FRANCE. It presents various On-line tools and materials
such sign language dictionaries. Has an on-line translator
which gives you an equivalent of your input word in five
languages (English, French, Italian, Spanish, German)
Educational Needs from the Non-BBC schools website.
This is a mega link to loads of other links catering for
centre for special educational needs (SEN).
Aims to provide a wide range of advice and materials for
teachers, parents and others interested in or working with
children with special educational needs. Good links.
Disability Information resource in Australia
Dyslexia Institute (DI) is an educational charity, founded
in 1972, for the assessment and teaching of people with
dyslexia and for the training of teachers. It has grown
to become the only national dyslexia teaching organisation
in the world. Click on their Links button on the left of
National Association for Special Educational Needs (NASEN)
website, with over sixty branches and 11,500 members it
is the leading organisation in the UK working in special
National Association for Special Educational Needs Links
page. Some great links here
The October 2002 Catalogue is now available online.
New products include Dana from AlphaSmart, the BoardMaker
Addendum Libraries and a new family of SwitchIt! software.
The popular Music Games program is now available free to
download for either Windows or Mac.
on-line catalogue of resources from BECTA which support
individual learning needs provides rapid, targeted access
to a wide range of educational materials.
Access Gateway. Aims to make the Web easier to access
for print-disabled users (such as users with low vision
steps to self help in writing and reading from dyslexic
An adult dyslexic person will find that the following eleven
steps should help to make it easier to read and write more