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Educational Resources

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)

The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association provides crucial information about phonological disorders. When you visit their website, you can find detailed information about phonological disorders and several resources, including multilingual information. For a deeper dive into phonological disorders, explore their website.

Arkansas Autism Resource & Outreach Center (AAROC)

The Arkansas Autism Resource & Outreach Center (AAROC) is a center that seeks to give hope, direction, and support to families addressing autism. They have information about diagnosis, legislation, insurance and Medicaid, education, and their partnered organizations.

Cerebral Palsy Guide

The Cerebral Palsy Guide gives a wealth of information about caregiving for a child with cerebral palsy. They have compiled various educational articles and a list of support groups, books, magazines, and podcasts. They even have resources for legal and community help. If your child has cerebral palsy, consider exploring the Cerebral Palsy Guide.

Apraxia Kids

Apraxia Kids, a nonprofit dedicated to helping families navigate apraxia, has several guides. They include state guides, a speech and language camp guide, books, and national guides, and soon, they hope to include international information. You can also find webinars, virtual education, and support groups on their website. Apraxia Kids is an excellent tool for parents learning about apraxia for the first time.

STAR Institute of Sensory Processing Disorder

The STAR Institute specializes in sensory processing disorder, a disorder where people have challenges processing stimuli. They have an extensive list, including sensory infographics, a podcast and blog, sensory stories, downloadable flyers, conversations about sensory processing disorder, a library of relevant articles and books, and frequently asked questions.

National Down Syndrome Congress

The National Down Syndrome Congress is passionate about community outreach, education, and policy and advocacy. They have numerous essential resources for parents of children with Down syndrome and adults with Down syndrome. You can download their New Parent’s Guide today.

Stuttering Foundation

The Stuttering Foundation is dedicated to helping children, adolescents, and adults who stutter. You can utilize their many resources, including frequently asked questions, research, e-books, videos, virtual learning, and podcasts.

ADHD Resources from the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry

In addition to information and tools about several other cognitive disorders, the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry has an extensive list of educational information for parents of children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). They include fact sheets, videos, books, and links to other helpful websites. If your child has been diagnosed with ADHD or you suspect they may have it, consider reviewing this free information.

Developmental Milestones

ASHA provides extensive information about developmental milestones as well as different disorders. You can explore their website and find videos, tips, and more for parents concerned about their child’s development.

American Cleft Palate and Craniofacial Association

The American Cleft Palate Craniofacial Association, or ACPA, has several educational resources. They include information about the life stages of children with cleft lip and palate, treatment and care, feeding, and school.

Learning Disabilities Association of America

Learning Disabilities Association of America helps parents of children with learning disabilities. Seeking to prepare parents and children for success in school, the association houses various articles, a podcast, information for teaching and learning, and educational information about different kinds of learning disabilities, including dyscalculia, dysgraphia, dyslexia, nonverbal learning disabilities, oral/written language disorder, and specific reading comprehension deficit.

Muscular Dystrophy Association

The Muscular Dystrophy Association has crucial information for parents of children with muscular dystrophy. They include information about accessible travel, emergencies, assistive equipment, education, and links to other websites. When your child has disabilities, it’s important to know their rights; organizations like the Muscular Dystrophy Association can make the process easier.