Online Resources For Learning Differences
By Maura Baker
Sometimes when you are trying to find out more information about a learning difference (maybe you have one, know someone who does and want to help, etc), it can be hard not only to find information, but to make sure the information you are getting is correct. So today, I decided to share some of my favorite websites and online resources for learning differences. Here are a few below.
One of the things that is so cool about understood.org is that they have resources and articles about such a wide range of learning differences, not just the most commonly talked about ones such as Dyslexia. Their website features countless articles written by professionals on all aspects of learning differences for a very broad audience, including parents, educators and young adults. Be sure to check this one out!
This site can be really useful if you are a student, not just in college, but grad school and K-12 as well. It is really catered to students and provides lots of advice on how to manage Dyslexia in a school setting. Check this on out if you want tips and tricks for school and study!
I really like this site a lot because not only is it informational and reliable, it also highlights the advantages of having Dyslexia and displays the strengths of Dyslexic people. Like the two sites above, it is also catered to a wide audience from educators to parents to students. Check this one out for confidence and reliable information.
There are so many sites about learning differences out there and these are just a few of my personal favorites. If you want more online resources like these, check the ‘resources’ tab on the smartkidmadmyths.com home page out!
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