Below is a list of resources and useful links

Offering information and resources to the parents and educators of struggling adolescent readers and writers
Information and referrals on speech, language, communication, and hearing disorders
A virtual learning environment for kids 8 and older with many useful activities and information for curriculum planning
A NJ organization that provides families and individuals whose lives are affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders (Asperger Syndrome, Pervasive Developmental Disorder-NOS, High Functioning Autism), and Nonverbal Learning Disabilities with education, support, and advocacy.
NAGC encourage parents and educate administrators and policymakers on how to develop and support gifted children
Provides information and local resources including a national conference about adults with ADD
Free email newsletter that reviews current research on ADHD
Information and articles on research and treatments for autism, founded by Dr. Bernard Rimland
An autism advocacy, research, information and fundraising organization, which has merged with other significant autism organizations: Cure Autism Now, National Alliance for Autism Research, and Autism Coalition for Research and Education
Information, articles, newsletters, and more from the authors of the book The Bipolar Child
CAN supports research on effective treatments for autism. Their site is a portal to autism information
Provides a support network, information and an educational forum for parents with ADD children and ADD adults.
A guide to anything you might want to know or find out about
COSAC runs an excellent annual conference in May in Atlantic City. Their site includes much information about autism and treatments and many links to additional sites
Created by Jeremy Hylton and Operated by The Tech, MIT’s oldest and largest newspaper
Searchable, comprehensive listing maintained by a librarian
Compilation of free online dictionaries, thesaurus, language translators, encyclopedias, crossword solvers, quotes and other language resource
Informational support and advice to parents whose children are, or may be, dyslexic, including assessment details, contacts, books, Online Dyslexia Magazine
Information, resources, teaching methods, current studies and articles, helpful for teachers of dyslexic students
An encyclopedia on mythology, folklore, and more
FEAT provides education, advocacy, and support for the autism community. Although based in Northern California, there is general information here
includes sections on study skills, how to study sections and how to write
Referral services for testing and tutoring, information on assistive technologies, medical and educational research, national and local conferences and seminars, legislation, public awareness, effective teaching methods. The New Jersey branch holds programs in our area
Raises and distributes funds for the most promising research into the causes, treatments and prevention of early-onset bipolar disorder. The website includes information about the disorder, research studies, and support groups
A fun site for students with teacher resources such as free worksheets
A center for Math education on the net
Describe what students should know and be able to do upon completion of a thirteen-year public education
A free email newsletter with clippings of all kinds of articles about autism and related disabilities. Articles are also available from an archive