The most comprehensive site on the web representing 15 years of research, 25 published titles, over sixty articles, links, archives, frequently updated what's new from A.A.'s leading scholar and unofficial historian Dick B.
ADD Resources is a rapidly growing national non-profit organization. Their website has free 100 articles, a National ADHD Directory of over 1000 service providers, 100 links to related ADHD websites, and a free monthly eNews.
THe Cleft Lip and Palate Association is a UK organisation offering information and support to all those affected by cleft lip and/or cleft palate. We provide written information, local support via our network of Branches across the UK, and have a mail order feeding service, which provides special bottles and teats.
FTM Australia (FTMA) provides up to date information to men living with the physical condition called transsexualism (sometimes called female-to-male transsexuals), and female-to-male transgender people (FTMs); their partners, family and supporters. We strive to improve the public's understanding of transsexualism and to increase healthcare providers awareness of transsexualism.
Island Dolphin Care is a 501c3 not for profit organization that provides dolphin-assisted therapy to critically ill, disabled and children with special needs from all over the world. At Island Dolphin Care, children with challenges giggle, play games and swim with our therapists and dolphins in a happy, stress free, tropical environment. Children and families receive encouragement, comfort, inspiration and learn strategies to celebrate achievement and foster success in their daily lives.
This full text article by Meredith Warshaw caters to the many highly gifted children that have additional special needs such as learning disabilities, ADHD, Asperger Syndrome, sensory integration disorder, etc. These needs can be very challenging, both in terms of identification, and in terms of finding ways to address both the gifted and special needs sides of the child adequately. The author offers advice on a number of issues (i.e. assessment, schooling, siblings) as well as a number of resources for parents.