Special Education Resources Special Education Resources on the Internet (SERI) is a collection of Internet accessible information resources of interest to those involved in the fields related to Special Education.
Office of Special Education Topics include: Special Ed. Information, Profedssionals in Special Ed., and Inforamtion for Parents.
Attention Deficit Disorder Learning disabliity caused by poor attention span, weak impulse control, hyperactivity
Dyslexia Learning disability that affects reading
Internet Teacher Resource Page incuding links to areas dealing with Special Education
Learning Disorders and Dyslexia Page filled with information on learning disorders.
Attention Deficit Disorder
The Dyslexia Archive
Dyslexia: The Gift
Mental Health Research Institute Includes: Books and Journals,International Conferences, and Research Units
Waisman Center Home Page Includes: The Family Village, and Web Sites Relative to Cognitive and Developmental Disabilitiesrdation
Fragile X Syndrome - The National Fragile X Foundation's website contains over 1200 pages of content on fragile X syndrome
Friedreich's Ataxia A slowly progresive disorder of the nervous system and muscles
Special Needs Links All kinds of links to information
Family Village Library LIbrary filled with disability information
Family Village Resource for persons with or wanting to learn about disabilities
Lissencephaly Dissorder of neuronal migration-"Smooth Brain"
Angelman Syndrome Neurological disorder associated with mental delay
Autism A condition in which the brain is not working properly
Cerebral Palsy Functional disorder that can include mental retardation.
Down Syndrome Combination ofphenotypic features that includes mental retardation
Information on Down Syndrome
Special Needs Education Network-Autism
Clean Water-Fighting Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
This website was created by Upham High School students for the NDWAN project. The students are Nicole Holen, Grant Swenson, and Sutton Goodman.
The NDWAN - Upham Site Director is Mr. Sitter. Mr. Sitter is the Agricultural Education / FFA Advisor for:
TGU - Towner
PO BOX 270
Towner ND 58788-0270
ph: (701) 537-5414 fax: (701) 537-5413
This page updated on 07 / 07 / 04