Perhaps you have a child who has been diagnosed with a Learning Disability, and now you have lots of questions.  Or, perhaps you are wondering if your child does have some learning issues, and you want to do some research before seeking advice.

Listed below are some links to webpages that are devoted to helping you understand your child’s learning situation. There are many more links than these few.  However, these have a parental focus.

If you have a favourite site that you have found particularly helpful, but don’t see it here, please let us know so that we can share it with others.

General Information

What Kind of Learner are You?:
Enrichment Opportunities

 Why you need to sleep:

How to Study/Access Homework Support:

How to Make Good Use of Technology:

For Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorders:

Autism Spectrum Disorders:

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Association:

Strategies Not Solutions

General Learning Disabilities:

Check out the tool bar to the left to read more about specific learning challenges and strategies that may help.  We know about strategies for the classroom; you are the expert with your child — let’s work together to make the best program for your child.