Hi2u 4 people with hidden impairments
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This is an award winning site. Centred around ADHD, Aspersers Syndrome,
Dyslexia and similar neurological differences along with any other type of
Supporting People with ADHD (attention deficit hyperactive disorder),
Aspergers Syndrome (high functioning autism), Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, ME and other
Hidden Impairments. For and by people with first hand experience although
anyone is welcome to participate.
The following is a list of some main subject pages that have links to other
This page has information that will enable you to learn more about attention
deficit hyperactivity disorder. There are links to articles regarding ADHD.
People with hidden impairments may have amazing skills often within arts. On
this page you can see and access some the work from the talented young artist
Chris Hayes, who has ADHD and Aspersers Syndrome.
The dyslexic pages, is like the contents page for dyslexic issues on this site.
Links to; articles, poems I dyslexic people, software information dyslexic
people may find useful and useful resources for dyslexia.
This page is the main page centred around education issues for disabled
students. With links to articles and other resources.
This page provides the most up to date list of the main category pages on this
site. From these pages you should be able to access the rest of this site.
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