Other "favorite" websites include:

*Bullying: What Schools and Parents Can Do

*Children's Reaction to Trauma

*Ask Jeeves for Kids  A great search engine site for students - very entertaining or helpful for homework.

*CHADD "Gourmet" guide to ADHD and related disorders.

*Department of Education

*Council for Exceptional Children

*Encyclopedia Britannica

*Homework Helper 

*LD Online

*LRP  Information on special education law.  'Everything' on specific learning disabilities.

*National Information Center for Children and Youth with Disabilities  You'll need the free Adobe Acrobat Reader.

*National Institute of Mental Health

*Pediatric Database  This is a database of most child illnesses and treatment. A good resource on those diseases you've never heard of. Please check with a physician to verify the information.

*Physicians' Desk Reference  All the drugs and up to date. Quick reference with your laptop.

*Recordings for the Blind and Dyslexic

*Special Education Resources on the Internet

*Talking with Kids A neat site on how parents can talk to kids about tough topics, violence, drugs, HIV, etc. 

*US Department of Education

Resources:

* Anxiety Disorders& school psychology
* Attention Deficit Disorder 
* Autism (PDD, Asperger's)
* Behavior/Conduct Disorders
* Deaf/Hard of Hearing
* Dissociative Disorders
* Eating Disorders
* Gifted and Talented
* Learning Disabilities
* Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
* Gifted

* Learning Disabilities
* Medical Conditions
* Mental Retardation
* Mood Disorders
* Substance Abuse
* Suicide& school psychology
* Tourette's Disorder
* Traumatic Brain Injury

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