Best Special Needs WebsitesAugust 10th, 2021
Best Special Needs Reading and Learning Skills Websites:
When you are looking for ways to help your special needs child improve their learning skills, especially their reading skills, you want to find the best, the most knowledgeable website and you want to do that as quickly as possible. What if you are searching to find the best website that offers reading help specifically designed for children with dyslexia or learning disabilities? Where do you go? BonnieTerryLearning.com has just been named one of the top 101 special needs websites and the top in the category of reading.
Visit bonnieterrylearning.com to learn more about these quick activities that you can do to really make a difference in your child’s life.
For reading and spelling help: https://scholarwithin.com/.
Three additional great sites:
- For those with cerebral palsy to visit is: https://www.cerebralpalsyguide.com/cerebral-palsy/birth-injury/erbs-palsy
- I also want to highlight that Sokolove Law provides in-depth assistance to guide and support families who have a child (or children) with disabilities caused by birth injuries. https://www.sokolovelaw.com/birth-injuries/
- The Community Outreach team at SoCal Sunrise Mental Health provides information on helping children and adolescents cope with traumatic events. https://socalsunrisemh.com/helping-children-and-adolescents-cope-with-trauma/
Bonnie Terry, a Board Certified Educational Therapist and Learning Disabilities Specialist has been teaching for over 40 years. She brings that experience to her site, sharing with you how she discovered the roadblocks to reading, writing, and math success. She shares with you real stories of her kids and her students. She shares her passion with you to make learning easy for everyone. And she shares solutions to reading, writing, and math problems that those with learning disabilities or dyslexia face.
101 list of Best Education Websites, Bonnie’s s blog has been named in the top 100 education advice blogs to follow and one of the top 50 education experts on Twitter to follow.