Disabilities / Special Education Subject Guide
Resources about children and adults with disabilities.
number areas to browse:
LC3950-4941 (Special education)
HV888-894, HV1533-3195 (Developmental disabilities, Deaf, Blind)
RJ496-506 (Pediatric topics)
RC570 (Mental retardation)
Exceptional children, Fetal alcohol syndrome,
Genetic disorders, Handicapped, Learning disabled, Learning
disabled children, Learning disabilities, Mental retardation,
Multiple sclerosis, Muscular diseases, Spina bifida, Special education, Students
Databases (use MyTCC ID to login from off-campus)
Academic Search Complete
Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature)
Education Research Complete
Educational Resources Information Center
Health & Wellness
Full Text Select
Teacher Reference Center
Association on Mental Retardation Includes
policy positions, career opportunities, and links to related
Arc of the United States For
parents, professional workers, and others interested
with mental retardation.
Council for Exceptional Children The
largest international professional organization dedicated
to improving educational outcomes for individuals with
students with disabilities and the gifted.
Education Teacher Resource List Special Education teachers
are being constantly challenged to find new teaching techniques
and activities that address students’ individual
needs and encourage them to interact with others. This
resource will introduce you to resources on general special
education, teaching children with Autism and Down Syndrome,
inclusion and helpful technology for the classroom.
Down Syndrome Society The mission of the NDSS
is to benefit people with Down syndrome
and their families through national leadership in education,
research and advocacy.
Education Resources on the Internet A
collection of hundreds of Internet sites of interest to
those involved in the fields related to special education.
Department of Mental Health, Mental Retardation and Substance
Abuse Services Virginia’s public mental health,
mental retardation and substance abuse services system
is comprised of forty
community services boards (CSBs) and sixteen state facilities.