LDS Disability Resources

A discussion list intended forLDS members who homeschool their special needs children.

A list of resources from the Family Life Department at BYU on chronic illness and death.

Chronic Illness information, teaching helps and resources from LDS.org.

Story about a young man serving a mission who is an amputee.

A list of resources from the Family Life Department at BYU on supporting families of children with disabilities.

"The Disability Service Center provides services for classroom and other university related activities and at the request of any BYU-I student with qualifying disabilities."

BYU American Sigh Language Department homepage.

Autism information, teaching helps and resources from LDS.org.

AMCAP is an international professional organization of counselors, psychotherapists and others in helping professions whose common bond is adherence to the principles and standards of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Interactive lessons on preparing to teach and teaching students how to have appropriate behavior (with audio and video).

Lesson from an Aaronic Priesthood Manual. (Aaronic Priesthood 2, Lesson 50, 196)

"The Lord has given Primary leaders an important charge to teach the gospel of Jesus Christ to all children, including those who have disabilities."

Compiled by: Kathy Weatherford and Natalie Wright. A book by eleven authors who have children (and one adult) with autism. They have collaborated to provide insight into the needs of families and people who are dealing with autism.

A list of resources on illness, disability, death, and other losses.

Vision Loss and Blindness information, teaching helps and resources from LDS.org.

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