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Selected sites for popular topics

Below we list one highly recommended site for several of our most popular topics. See the list on the left for a complete listing of topics. Click on a topic for a list of several sites.

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A private multi-disciplinary center providing traditional and innovative assessment and intervention options for children and adults with neurologically-based difficulties involving attention, anxiety, mood, social relatedness, learning, and behavior. Conducting research on an innovative treatment for youth depression.

This site offers resources on child learning disabilities for the state of Massachusetts. Offers links to many resources for child learning disabilities and disorders such as private schools, reading and math programs, advocacy, and social support groups, to name a few. This site also offers information on upcoming news and conferences and an option to ask an expert questions.

Provided by Children's Hospital Boston, The Experience Journal presents information about ADHD from the perspective of children, families, and clinicians. A collection of stories, pictures, and personal experiences related to pediatric ADHD are offered on the site, and advice from the doctors at Children's Hospital is available.

Provides research-based information on social networking sites. Authors outline topics such as history of these sites and the impact of the public social networking craze on privacy.

The Child and Adolescent Bipolar Foundation educates families, professionals, and the public about early-onset bipolar disorders. This site provides information to support families with children suffering from this disorder. Fact sheets, newsletters, chat rooms, physician locators, and a support group directory for each state are also provided on this site.

This site provides many resources for depression. You can search for depression support groups in your area by clicking on a map. There is a comprehensive list of various resource links for depression and finding depression help. This site also contains a message board, share your story, and FAQ's.

The Head Start program for children is designed as a child development program for low-income children aged 0-5. This site provides information about getting children into Head Start, the variety of programs offered, research and statistics, and a search method to find a Head Start program for children by city and state.