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Links & Reviews forWorking with Youth with Special Needs

The following 21 sites have linked to our Working with Youth with Special Needs website. Links to commercial products or enterprises do not constitute endorsement by University of Illinois Extension.

About.com - Parenting - Children With Special Needs - Child with Spina Bifida

ADHD & LD Resource Blog, South Carolina
"The following article entitled, Resources for Working with Youth with Special Needs, is a wonderful example. It gives the definition of each type of LD, causes, characteristics, and offers help for leaders. It also provides three links to other sites which can provide further information. So, I hope you will take the time to stop by and check it out. It would also be an excellent starting point for anyone just beginning the journey of LD."

All Sainter Catholic School - Wiki Page - First Grade Links

All Saints Catholic School - Wiki - Third Grade Links - Religion

ASCS - Middle School Religion - Working with Youth with Special Needs

Be Think -- A Place to Ponder

Brookes Publishing Co - Children wth Disabilities - Chapter 24 - Cerebral Palsy - Links

Difabilities - Resources - Other Health Impairment

GenomeLink.org

Geometry the Online Learning Center

George M. Weir Elementary (Vancouver, BC)

Lazarum Search Directory

North Dakota State University Extension Service

Northern Arizona University Methods and Materials in Special Education

Ohio 4-H Clubs Advisors Handbook

Ohio State University 4-H Clubs Advisors Handbook

Teaching Learners with Multiple Needs - Blog - Special Education Links

Teaching Learners with Multiple Special Needs, New England

TrackStar for Teachers - Hearing Imparied Related Resources

University of Delaware 4-H Afterschool

Wikipedia The Free Encyclopedia

 

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