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The Learning Disabilities Association of Kentucky, Inc. is proving the links below to help parents, educators, and individuals with learning disabilities find helpful resources that can be better served. Looking for information you cannot find here, contact us at


University of Louisville psychologists are making ADHD evaluations more accessible and affordable for Louisville area families.

With the aid of a grant from the WHAS Crusade for Children, Paul Rosen, an associate professor in the Department of Psychological and Brain Science and ADHD Specialist, has initiated the UofL ADHD Evaluation Service. This service will provide children ages 6-17 years with ADHD evaluations. The testing will be offered on a sliding scale with fees for most families ranging from $10-$100.

Click here to view the UofL News article and to make an appointment for an evaluation please visit the UofL ADHD Evaluation Services website

  • Interactive guide to learning disabilities for parents, teachers, and children: LD Online

  • Got a question about your rights? Here is a great place to start: Wright's Law

  • Please watch and listen to a short video presentation by Dr. Beatriz Pacheco which discusses how 21st century learners process information: Digital Learning In The 21st Century

  • Online resource for parents homeschooling children with learning disabilities such as dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, ADD, or ADHD: Learning Abled Kids

  • Provides information about Word Finding, a serious language deficit for many children, adolescents, and adults: Word Finding

  • Companion site to the PBS special on learning differences and disabilities. Includes information and resources for parents: Misunderstood Minds

  • Information about dyscalculia, its symptoms, dyscalculia resources, hints for effective teaching and the Dyscalculia International Consortium:

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