At Crossroads School, we understand the confusion and lack of information provided to the parents and guardians of children with learning disabilities. We have put together a list of support and organizations that will hopefully help you make better choices.
Special Schools Coalition of Greater Houston The Special Schools Coalition is a network of special educators with non-profit schools in Houston, dedicated to collaboration, resource sharing and increased community awareness and support.
Learning Disabilities of America
Since 1963, LDA has provided support to people with learning disabilities, their parents, teachers and other professionals. LDA provides cutting edge information on learning disabilities, practical solutions, and a comprehensive network of resources at the national, state and local levels. These services make the Learning Disabilities Association of America the leading resource for information on learning disabilities.
LDA believes that every person with learning disabilities can be successful at school, at work, in relationships, and in the community, given the right opportunities. Join LDA in creating those opportunities.
Attention Deficit Disorder Association – Southern Region
ADDA-SR is a non-profit organization. There mission is to provide a resource network, support individuals impacted by attention deficit disorder and related conditions and to advocate for the development of community resources.
International Dyslexia Association
The International Dyslexia Association (IDA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping individuals with dyslexia, their families and the communities that support them.
A place to share information, resources and ideas – serving families raising children with disabilities in Texas. Based in Houston.
Through a network of 52 chapters in 14 countries, Variety reaches into communities across the globe to offer financial assistance and services directly to children and organizations that serve children with special needs.
The educators’ guide to learning disabilities and ADHD