Special Education Links

by admin on 28/08/2010

Seomra Ranga has included links to Special Education websites on the internet for some time. On this new site, they are included in the “Links” section at the top of the page. However, just to remind everyone of the extent of these links, I’m including them all in a blog post:

  • ADHD Ireland – website of a Parent and Adult Support Group
  • ESL Kidstuff – resources for ESL teachers – yearly fee of $25 but there is some free stuff and also has classroom ideas
  • Gifted Kids – Support site for parents of Gifted Children in Ireland
  • Sensational Kids – information, resources and books for children with special needs
  • CLAPA – Cleft Lip and Palate Association – UK support group
  • 22q11 Ireland – website of the Irish support group for those with this genetic deletion syndrome
  • SBHI – Spina Bifida and Hydracephalus Ireland
  • SEN Teacher – Free special needs teaching resources
  • Release – holistic approach to Communication Intervention
  • SENTECH (Special Educational Needs Technology) – advice, support and information about Assistive Technology (AT) for pupils with special needs
  • Inclusive Technology – computer software and peripherals for pupils with special needs
  • HADD – Support for children with ADHD – also has a downloadable book in .pdf format with resources for teachers
  • PWSAI – Prader Willi Syndrome Association of Ireland
  • IATSE – Irish Association of Teachers in Special Education
  • ILSA – Irish Learning Support Association
  • SESS – Special Education Support Service
  • St. Josephs Services for the Visually Impaired
  • LD Online – Learning Disabilities Online
  • ADD/ADHD Diagnosis – links and information involved in the diagnosis of ADD/ADHD
  • BDA – British Dyslexia Association
  • Dyslexia Teacher – Sharing information about helping dyslexic pupils and students
  • SERI Web – Special Education Resources on the Internet
  • NCSE – National Council for Special Education
  • Inclusion Ireland (formerly NAMHI) – National Association for People with an Intellectual Disability
  • NDA – National Disability Authority
  • Brainwave – Irish Epilepsy Association
  • Cleft Lip and Palate Association of Ireland
  • Dyslexia Association of Ireland
  • Headway – The National Association for Acquired Brain Injury
  • HDAI – Huntingtons Disease Association of Ireland
  • IFXS – Irish Fragile X Society
  • Reach – The Association for Children with Hand or Arm Deficiency
  • Kids Behaviour – Understanding Kids’ Behaviour
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