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    Irlen.com - US

    The Irlen Method is non-invasive technology that uses colored overlays and filters to improve the brain's ability to process visual information. It is the only method scientifically proven to successfully correct the processing problems associated with Irlen Syndrome.

  • Article

    Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability - JPED (Spring 2013) - US

    The Spring edition (Volume 26, Issue 1) contains articles on: Assessment of the Adult Writer; Identifying College Students At Risk for LD; Disclosure of Non-Apparent Disabilities to Receive Classroom Accommodations; Financial Barriers for Students with Non-apparent Disabilities; Assessing the Impact of ADHD Coaching Services on University Students; “b-Learning in a Distance Learning Graduate Program for Deaf Students;Assessing - High-Achieving Post-secondary Students with ADHD.

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    Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability - JPED (Spring 2014) - (US)

    Volume 27 (1), Spring 2014

    • College Students with ADHD at Greater Risk for Sleep Disorders
    • Self-Report Assessment of Executive Functioning in College Students with Disabilities
    • Coaching and College Success
    • Assessing Metacognition as a Learning Outcome in a  Postsecondary Strategic Learning Course
    • Using the College Infrastructure to Support Students on the Autism Spectrum
    • (dis)Ability and Postsecondary Education: One Woman’s Experience
    • An Initial Investigation into the Role of Stereotype Threat in the Test Performance of College Students with Learning Disabilities
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    Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability - JPED (Summer 2014) - US

    Volume 27 (2), Summer 2014

    • Monitoring for Accessibility and University Websites: Meeting the Needs of People with Disabilities
    • A Virtual Commitment: Disability Services Information on Public Community College Websites
    • Self-Advocacy and Perceptions of College Readiness Among Students with ADHD
    • Vocabulary Knowledge of Deaf and Hearing Postsecondary Students
    • Effects of an Intensive Disability-Focused Training Experience on University Faculty Self-Efficacy
    • Personal Factors that Influence the Voluntary Withdrawal of  Undergraduates with Disabilities
    • Applying Universal Design to Disability Service Provision: Outcome Analysis of a Universal Design (UD) Audit.
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    Learning Difficulties Australia

    Learning Difficulties Australia Inc. is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to representing, resourcing and promoting professional educators, so that the highest level of service can be provided to individuals experiencing learning difficulties.

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    Learning Difficulties Coalition of NSW Inc

    LDC is a coalition of individuals and parent support groups which provides support and information about children (5-18yrs) with learning difficulties and related conditions such as AD/HD, dyslexia, Tourette Syndrome, Autism and Aspergers Syndrome, Velo-Cardio-Facial Syndrome, Dyspraxia and Anxiety Disorders.

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    Learning Disabilities Resource Package

    The Learning Disabilities Resource Package publication was a 12-month two-stage project to identify the numbers of students with Learning Disability (LD) in higher education, the support and learning adjustments currently available to them, and develop an information/resource package (Opening All Options II) that contains tools for assessing learning disability and supporting students with learning disability in Australian universities.

    Opening All Options was relaunched in 2016 https://www.adcet.edu.au/oao/

  • Article

    Learning Disability - Dispelling the myths

    A number of myths and facts about Learning Disability.

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    Learning Disability Association of America (LDA)

    The LDA is a national, non-profit organisation. Their purpose is to advance the education and general welfare of children and adults of normal or potentially normal intelligence who manifest disabilities of a perceptual, conceptual, or coordinative nature.

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    Learning Disability versus Learning Difficulty (OAO - comparison)

    When describing learning problems in Australia, two frameworks are most commonly used by the education, community and government sectors. These are the learning difficulties framework, and the learning disability framework. Download the summary of the main features of these two frameworks, and the differences between them.