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“Our only goal is to help children and adults fulfill their potential.”
–Dr. Risa Tabacoff, founder & director, DAIC

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Links to Useful Websites
Below are web sites DAIC feels might be useful.*
Please contact us if there are any other sites you think we should include.

Parents, advocates, educators, and attorneys come to Wrightslaw for accurate, up-to-date information about special education law and advocacy for children with disabilities.

•National Institute of Mental Health:

•National Information Center for Children and Youth with Disabilities:
Provides personal responses to questions on disability issues, referrals to other organizations and agencies, information searches of NICHCY databases and library, technical assistance to parent and professionals, as well as numerous publications, many of which are free of charge.

•The International Dyslexia Association:

•LDOnLine: A website on learning disabilities and ADHD.

•Learning Disabilities Association of America:

•National Center for Learning Disabilities:

•The Community for Accredited Online Schools:
Updated for students with disabilities who are considering their higher education options. This guide helps students with disabilities and their parents better understand their rights when it comes to post-secondary education. In addition to outlining laws and regulations that apply specifically to students with disabilities, our guide offers tips and information about finding a college or university that best suits a student’s needs.

•Educational Resources Information Center (ERIC):
ERIC indexes education research found in journal articles, books, and grey literature.

•Misunderstood Minds:
A companion site to the PBS special on learning differences and disabilities. Explore stories from the show and find information and resources for parents.

•Children With Learning Disabilities:
This is provided by the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.

*DISCLAIMER: DAIC is not responsible for information on any of these sites. We offer this list as a public service. We do not receive any compensation for listings.

“Our only goal is to help children
and adults fulfill their potential.”

Psychology Center, Testing

DAIC, founded by Dr. Risa Tabacoff,
a NY State licensed psychologist
has been successfully maximizing potential in children and adults for
over 20 years.

Serving the New York City Tri-State area with offices in
Bedford Hills, NY & Greenwich, CT