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Learning Disabilities Worldwide
Learning Disabilities Worldwide
Learning Disabilities Worldwide, Inc. (LDW) is a non-profit, volunteer organization including individuals with learning disabilities, their families, and professionals. Their mission is to to enhance the lives of individuals with learning disabilities, with a special emphasis on the underserved. They produce multilingual media productions and publications and educational enrichment programs and workshops aimed at both professional and lay audiences.
http://www.ldworldwide.org/ - Aug 27th 2004 - MJD

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LD Pride Online
Vancouver Island Invisible Disability Association
This non-profit organization serves adults with invisible disabilities including learning disabilities, attention deficit disorder, Asperger's Syndrome, and Fetal Alcohol syndrome, and mental illness. The website offers a wide range of information about invisible disabilities including a thorough explanation of learning disabilities and attention deficit disorder, interactive self-help information including a self acceptance and a learning styles module. The site also offers an interactive bulletin board, LD/ADD Quiz challenge, a chat room, and information about our services and supports.
http://www.ldpride.net - Sep 23rd 2002 - PS

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British Dyslexia Association
British Dyslexia Association
The national organization for specific learning difficulties. The organizaton consists of 120 local Dyslexia associations and support groups. This site contains general information concerning the Association pertaining to UK residents only.
http://www.bdadyslexia.org.uk/ - Sep 2nd 1998 - TKS

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Teenadders
Sandy Bowmar
Teenadders Inc. is a non-profit organization working with youth aged between 11-20 years who have been diagnosed with Neurological Disorders and have learning and behavioral difficulties such as AD/HD, Aspergers and dyslexia. Their aim is to help these young people achieve and learn life skills that will enable them to have a positive and productive life as adults. The organization achieves this by working closely with the schools, families and medical teams.
http://www.teenadders.org.nz - Sep 24th 2002 - PS

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