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 LD OnLine: The world's leading website on learning disabilities and ADHD

LD OnLine is the leading website on learning disabilities, learning disorders and differences. Parents and teachers of learning disabled children will find authoritative guidance on attention deficit disorder, ADD, ADHD, dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, dysnomia, reading difficulties, speech and r…

The aim of Lettershanner is to actively help services users to lead fulfilling lives wihin the...

 Leep 1 - Home

LEEP1 helps people with a learning disability speak up for themselves. This is called self-advocacy. We run an office and we have all sorts of projects.

 My Home Truths — Adam Margolis | Leonard Cheshire Disability

Adam Margolis writes about his personal experiences of adapting a home to be disabled-friendly.



  DysNet is the global network connecting anyone who is personally or professionally affected by congenital limb deficiency. The site is inclusive, communicative and collaborative. This is the place where you can find information, contribute your own thoughts and ideas and join the conversation

 Video: It's National Lipreading Awareness Week. So why not take Charlie's Lipreading test?

It's National Lipreading Awareness Week, so why not test out your skills? Here's a video our Editor Charlie Swinbourne made back in 2011 for the BBC's Ouch...

 Timeline Photos

Latest blog from Learning Disability Today on why employees with learning disabilities are more likely to be ill-treated at work: http://www.learningdisabilitytoday.co.uk/people_with_learning_disabilities_more_likely_to_be_attacked_at_work.aspx

 Learning to cope

http://learningtocope.weebly.com/     learning to cope

Our mission is to simply bring hope and comfort to those who have lost a child to SIDS. 

  http://www.lifeline4kids.org/    life line 4 kids

Family Fund – Charity aiming to support, advise and possibly help with funds for families with severely disabled children.

 Parent led support group for children and families with special needs and disabilities


Woking based registered charity providing sports, social and recreational activities for children and adults with a broad range of learning difficulties



It surprises many people to learn that lung issues are common among people with lupus. According to the Johns Hopkins Lupus Center, about 50 percent of people with lupus will experience lung issues during the course of their disease.

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 Looking after someone with lung disease

If someone close to you has a lung condition and needs your support, it is only natural to want to help them.

British Lung Foundation.

 Love That Max: Special Needs Blog : A different voice: Explaining my child with Down syndrome to...


The Lyneal Trust - Canal and canal side holidays for people with disabilities