Index: Links & Resources

  1. Note
  2. LDA's Websites
  3. Learning Disabilities Web Sites
  4. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Web Sites
  5. California Government Web Sites and California Department of Education
  6. Education & Special Education Web Sites
  7. Literacy Web Sites
  8. Governmental & Legislative Web Sites
  9. Advocacy Web Sites
  10. Parent Training & Information Center (PTI)
  11. Community Parent Resource Center (CPRC)
  12. Disability Web Sites
  13. Research Web Sites
  14. Miscellaneous Web Sites

Note

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LDA's Websites

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Learning Disabilities Web Sites

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Web Sites

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California Government Web Sites and
California Department of Education

Education & Special Education Web Sites

Literacy Web Sites

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Governmental & Legislative Web Sites

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Advocacy Web Sites

Parent Training & Information Center (PTI)

Parent centers serve families of children and young adults from birth to age 22 with all disabilities: physical, cognitive, emotional, and learning. They help families obtain appropriate education and services for their children with disabilities; work to improve education results for all children; train and inform parents and professionals on a variety of topics; resolve problems between families and schools or other agencies; and connect children with disabilities to community resources that address their needs. Note: PTI and CPRC listings change often. See http://www.taalliance.org/ptidirectory/pclist.asp for additional listings and information.

Community Parent Resource Center (CPRC)

These centers provide information about families rights in the special education process and ways parents can help the school understand their children. The project connects families and professionals with resources in the community and is a source for best practice in special and general education. Note: PTI and CPRC listings change often. See http://www.taalliance.org/ptidirectory/pclist.asp for additional listings and information.

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Disability Web Sites

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Research Web Sites

Miscellaneous Web Sites

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