Learning Disabilities Association of America (LDA)
LDA is a nonprofit grassroots organization providing support to individuals with learning disabilities, their parents, and professional service providers. LDA provides cutting edge information on learning disabilities, practical solutions, and a comprehensive network of resources.
Learning Disabilities Association of Colorado
55 Madison Street
Suite 750 
Denver, Colorado  80206
(303) 539-9832
Learning Disabilities Discussion List
National Institute for Literacy's Discussion List is designed to bring together literacy stakeholders - researchers, policymakers, administrators, practitioners, and students - to discuss critical issues on the latest research, promising policies and practices, as well as, to provide a forum for sharing resources and experience. The discussion lists also offer the opportunity to ask questions of subject experts and to keep up-to-date on literacy issues across the lifespan. Additionally, the site has links that offer a wealth of LD information and resources.
LDOnline
LDOnline is a comprehensive website that provides parents, teachers and other professionals information about learning disabilities.
LD Pride Live Chat
LD Pride’s “Live Chat Support Group” offers people with LD/ADD or Deaf-LD an opportunity to give and receive online support.
LD Resources
LD Resources provides an archive of colleges and universities that offer programs for students with Learning Disabilities.
Learning Disabilities Resource Community (LDRC)
Provides knowledge-building and communication tools for individuals and groups involved in the education of those with learning disabilities and supports research and development in associated fields. The LDRC-List is a mailing list of on going discussions related to learning disabilities that are delivered via email to all those subscribed.
Schwab Foundation for Learning
Schwab Foundation for Learning seeks to raise awareness about learning differences and equips parents, teachers, and other professionals with the resources they need to improve the lives of students with learning differences. Its mission grew out of Charles Schwab's life long struggle with dyslexia and the frustration he and his wife, Helen, faced in trying to find help for their son who inherited the reading difficulty.
1650 South Amphlett Boulevard, Suite 300
San Mateo, CA 94402
800-230-0988 (toll-free)
E-mail: webmaster@schwablearning.org

See also

ACCESS Training Modules for Faculty
Disability information, including types of disabilities and accommodations in higher education, rights and responsibilities of students and instructors, an introduction to assistive technology, as well as links to the UDL tech modules.