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Learning Differences Resources

Through the years, we've come across a growing array of support and information for students and their families as they learn to navigate life with ADD and other learning differences. While no one can call it easy, if understood and properly guided, life with learning differences can be full of spirit, creativity, humor, and wonderful perspectives! Here are just a few discoveries we've made along the way, in no particular order:

Resources for Students with Learning Differences on the Eastern Shore

A list of clinicians and practitioners in Kent, Queen Anne's, and Talbot county--recommended by WRUS families

Dyslexia is a hidden disability that can affect how children learn. offers resources that offer support.

IDA is non-profit organization dedicated to helping individuals with dyslexia, their families and the communities that support them.

Online resource for learning and attention issues. Free workshops online, great articles.

An online magazine for living well with Attention Deficit Disorder.

An online resource for parents and educators on learning disabilities and related disorders.

ASHA is the professional association for 150,000 audiologists, speech-language pathologists, and speech, language, and hearing scientists.

International authority on ADD / ADHD sharing science-based information.

Resources for Students with Learning Differences in the Annapolis area

A list of clinicians and practitioners in the greater Annapolis area--recommended by WRUS families

CHADD (Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder) is the nation’s leading non-profit organization serving individuals with ADHD and their families.

Research and publications from Dr. Mariale Hardiman, EdD. This website focuses on enhancing educational practices through techniques that foster innovation and creative problem-solving for all students.

An interactive guide to learning disabilities for parents, teachers, and children.

Wrightslaw is a leading website about special education law and advocacy.

Offers many opportunities to learn how to create a great world for all children and adults, including those with autism and other special needs.

Speech and Language Pathologist and Founder of Social Thinking®. Her mission is to help people develop their social competencies to better connect with others and live happier, more meaningful lives.

Great Reads

  1. A Whole New Mind, Daniel Pink

  2. Drive, Daniel Pink

  3. Smart but Scattered, Dr. Peg Dawson and Dr. Richard Guare

  4. Colleges that Change Lives, Loren Pope

  5. The Out of Sync Child, Carol Stock Kranowitz

  6. Social Fortune or Social Fate: A Social Thinking Graphic Novel Map for Social Quest Seekers, Pamela Crooke, Michelle Garcia Winner

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