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  1. Our Kids Special Needs:
    Our Kids Special Needs is an online community made up of parents, teachers, academics and professionals that are willing to help each other by sharing knowledge and resources. To Join:

  2. Children’s Disabilities Information: An excellent source of information with a special focus on the special needs of preemies and young adoptees. Website is: www.childrensdisabilities.info/ where you will find links to many directories such as:
    • Support Groups for Children with Autism, Aspergers, PDD
    • Autism/Aspergers Topic Specific Groups
    • Autism Diet Support Groups
    • Autism and Aspergers Homeschool Groups
    • Directory of Learning Disabilities Support Groups and Listservs
    • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder in Children Support Groups
    • Prematurity Mailing Groups and Listservs
    • And many more

  3. The Autism Research Foundation
    72 East Concord Street, R-1014
    BU School of Medicine
    Boston, Massachusetts 02118
    Fax: 617-414-7207
    Email: hello@theautismresearchfoundation.org
    Website: http://theautismresearchfoundation.org/about/autism/

  4. National Center for Learning Disabilities
    381 Park Ave. South Suite 1401
    New York, NY 10016
    Ph: 212-545-7510
    Fax: 212-545-9665
    Toll-free: 888-575-7373
    Website: www.ncld.org/about-us

  5. Children with Special Needs is "a site run by parents for parents" and is an excellent source of a wide range of information. Website: www.childrenwithspecialneeds.com

  6. Ability.Path.org supports parents with children with special needs Website: www.abilitypath.org

  7. Cerebral Palsy Guidance covers all aspects of cerebral palsy including symptoms, financial assistance and daily living articles. All of the information contained on the site has been thoroughly researched and cited. Website: cerebralpalsyguidance.com