The following general services are available on-campus to all students registered with the Student Disability Services Office:
- Orientation to using disability services¨
- Semester plan for accommodations and services
- Memos to faculty about disability needs¨
- Advocacy relating to disability access issues¨
- Information and guidance on academic, social, career, and personal issues
- Referral to other University departments and community agencies
- Liaison with State and Federal rehabilitation agencies
Local Resources for Assessments of LD and AD/HD
There are many excellent diagnosticians in the Memphis area who are able to perform psycho educational assessments for learning disabilities (LD) and diagnose and treat attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder(AD/HD). We recommend that you conduct a telephone interview with any potential service provider before making a final selection.
For Evaluations of Learning Disabilities and AD/HD:
Germantown Psychological Associates
7516 Enterprise Avenue
Germantown, TN 38138
Russell Crouse, Ph.D.(clinical psychologist)
Roy Greenburg, Ph.D.(clinical psychologist)
Richard Luscomb, Ph.D.(clinical psychologist)
Christian Psychological Center
3978 Central Avenue
Memphis, TN 38111
Douglas Hart, Ph.D.(clinical psychologist)
Anne Thompson, M.A.(educational consultant)
5180 Park Avenue, Suite 125
Memphis, TN 38119
Robin Heise, Ed.D.
(psychological tester, professional counselor)
Pediatric Adolescent Center, Inc.
8110 Walnut Run
Cordova, TN 38018
Elizabeth A Gibson, M.S., S.S.P.â€¨(psychological examiner, clinical director)
Colonial Counseling Center
670 Colonial, Suite 5
Memphis, TN 38117
Troy H. Cole, Ph.D. (clinical psychologist)
Memphis Psychiatric Group
55 Humphreys Center, Suite 300
Memphis, TN 38120
Paul Cline, M.D. (psychiatrist)
Melvin Goldin, M.D.
6401 Poplar Avenue
Memphis, TN 38138
Melvin Goldin, M.D. (psychiatrist)
Mrs. Dianne Parker, Ed.S
Germantown, Tennessee 38139
(901) 340-3101 (mobile)
Mrs. Dianne Parker
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Neither Christian Brothers University nor Student Disability Services endorse any of the links below, but provides them solely as a source of information.
American Association of People with Disabilities
A nonprofit cross-disability member organization that works in coalition with other disability organizations for the full implementation and enforcement of disability nondiscrimination laws, particularly the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.
A nonprofit, nonpartisan association dedicated to shaping and enriching the experience of aging for its members (midlife and older persons) and for all Americans.
An electronic mail system that connects young people with disabilities or chronic illness to disabled and non-disabled peers and mentors.
News, information and products for the disability community
ADA Home Page
U.S. Department of Justice - Americans with Disabilities Act information site
Cerebral Palsy Guidance was created to provide answers and assistance to parents of a child with cerebral palsy. Our goal is to reach as many members of the cerebral palsy community as possible, building up a network of support, as well as providing necessary assistance. We cover cerebral palsy from all angles–from symptoms, causes, and treatment, to daily living information, such as communication and transitioning to adulthood articles. Our information is provided by expert writers and is thoroughly researched and cited.
Cerebral Palsy Group
Cerebral Palsy Group is a national organization that was created so that it may serve the individuals and families who have been diagnosed with cerebral palsy. We are here to provide information and support so that we may help provide resources and education to those affected by CP.
National Council on Aging
Aging in Place (National Council for Aging Care)
Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Center for Independent Living - South Portland, ME
Alzheimer's Disease & Related Disorders Association
Members train volunteers, tutor and mentor at-risk youth, build housing, clean up rivers and streams, help seniors live independently, provide emergency and long-term assistance to victims of natural disasters, and meet other community needs.
This site lists links to numerous other amputee-related web sites.
Amputee Coalition of America
Animated American Sign Language
This site is designed to help you and me learn more about ASL and the Deaf community.
Amputee Information Resource Center
National Aphasia Association
The Arc of the United States
Aspen of America, Inc.
Information on social and communication disorders, with particular focus on Asperger Syndrome and Nonverbal Learning Disorder.
National Attention Deficit Disorder Association
Families for Early Autism Treatment
Autism PDD Resources Network
Autism Society of America
Association of Birth Defect Children
American Council of the Blind
National Federation of the Blind
United States Association of Blind Athletes
Resource directory of disability products and services for the disabled, elderly, caregiver and healthcare professional.
A private non-profit organization whose mission is to eliminate blindness and severe sight loss as a barrier to the fulfillment of life.
National Family Caregivers Association
A comprehensive resource for family caregivers, elder care professionals, and seniors.
Cerebral Palsy and Deaf Organization
Children & Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
Children of Deaf Adults
Children With Disabilities
Web site offers families, service providers, and other interested individuals information about advocacy, education, employment, health, housing, recreation, technical assistance, and transportation covering a broad array of developmental, physical, and emotional disabilities.
Internet Resources for Special Children
List of "Centers for Independent Living" by State/Province.
The National Information Center for Children and Youth with Disabilities
Materials also available in Spanish.
College Preparation for Students with Disabilities - Student Lounge
A website managed by the DO-IT program at the University of Washington which contains the following DO-IT resources that can help students with disabilities prepare for college, succeed in college, and successfully transition from two-year to four-year postsecondary institutions.
A national health access initiative for low-income, uninsured children.
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
Chat rooms for the deaf and hearing-impaired.
Community Resource Directory
National Association of the Deaf
Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf
Promotes the profession of interpreting and transliterating American Sign Language and English.
American Diabetes Association
"What Does Self-Care Mean for Diabetic Patients?" USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work
JDRF (formerly Juvenile Diabetes Foundation International)
National Council on Disability
An independent federal agency making recommendations to the President and Congress on issues affecting Americans with disabilities.
National Organization on Disability
Promotes full and equal participation of America's 54 million men, women and children with disabilities in all aspects of life.
A nonprofit organization established to promote and improve awareness, availability and accessibility of information that can help people with disabilities live, learn, love, work and play independently. [Huge site]
National Association for Down Syndrome
The Down Syndrome WWW Page
Reading from Scratch
A program of special phonics, custom tailored to the learning style of the dyslectic reader.
The International Dyslexia Association
Information for caregivers and advocates for children and young adults with disabilities and special healthcare needs.
Family & Friends speaking on behalf of children with special health needs; materials also available in Spanish.
Federation for Children with Special Needs
Includes information about Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) also.
Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkison's Research
Friends of Disabled Adults and Children
A non-profit organization that exists to provide medical equipment and computers to disabled people in the metro Atlanta area who could not otherwise afford it.
Rare Genetic Diseases in Children
Directory of Genetic Disease Organization Websites
Going To College.com
Guide Dog Foundation
Provides guide dogs free of charge to the blind and visually-impaired who seek enhanced mobility and independence.
Offers a wide range of online services to people with disabilities, their families, friends and associates - e-commerce, editorial content, travel information and bulletin boards to a news bureau on disability-related topics, a mentor center and legislative updates.
National Institutes of Health
Health & Human Services - State of Tennessee
National Health Information Center
American Heart Association
Fighting heart disease and stroke.
One-stop online resource designed to help people find volunteer and giving opportunities in their own communities and beyond.
Here you can send Braille letters, learn more about Braille, and meet other people who share your interest in Braille.
The Hydrocephalus Foundation
American Hyperflexia Association
Ivanhoe Broadcast News
The country's largest news-gathering organization covering medical breakthroughs, family health and issues important to women.
Jackson Center for Independent Living
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Its mission is to improve the health and health care of all Americans (through projects, programs, grants, advocacy, etc.).
National Center for Learning Disabilities
The Learning Disabilities Association of America
Lebonheur Children's Medical Center
The interactive guide to learning disabilities for parents, teachers, and children.
Little People of America
Lupus Foundation of America
Visualize the Effects of Lupus on the Body (Healthline.com)
The Medicine Program
Assists patients who may qualify to enroll in one or more of the many patient assistance programs which provide prescription medicine free-of-charge to individuals in need, regardless of age.
The Memphis Center for Independent Living
The Center for Mental Health Services
National Institute of Mental Health
National Mental Health Association
Mid-South Access Center for Technology
Affiliated with the University of Memphis, Mid-South Educational Software Clearinghouse, and RISE: Restructuring for Inclusive School Environment, it provides services and information to pre-service and in-service teachers, consumers and care givers regarding assistive technology.
The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis
Multiple Sclerosis Center
Multiple Sclerosis Education Network
Multiple Sclerosis Foundation
Multiple Sclerosis Learning Center
The National Multiple Sclerosis Society
Muscular Dystrophy Association
American Occupational Therapy Association, Inc.
Osteogenesis Imperfecta Foundation
National Osteoporosis Foundation
International Paralympic Committee
Paralyzed Veterans of Ameica
Paratuberculosis Awareness & Research Association (PARA) is an organization of Crohn's Disease patients, their families and others who are concerned about the relationship between MAP (Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis) and Crohn's Disease.
Parents Helping Parents
The National Parent Network on Disabilities
Its mission is to provide a presence and national voice for ALL families of children, youth and adults with disabilities.
American Parkinson Disease Association
Pediatric Rheumatology Page
The Carl Perkins Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse
Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America
PhRMA represents the country's leading research-based pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, which are devoted to inventing medicines that allow patients to live longer, healthier, happier, and more productive lives.
Christopher Reeve Paralysis Foundation
The Reeve-Irvine Research Center
Established at the University of California-Irvine to study injuries to and diseases of the spinal cord that result in paralysis or other loss of neurologic function, with the goal of finding a cure.
International Rett Syndrome Association
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
Social Security Administration
Southwest Area Agency on Aging
Promotes and advocates for a system to enhance the lives of the older population in Southwest Tennessee.
Special Needs Advocate for Parents
American Speech-Language Hearing Association
Spina Bifida Association of America
Foundation for Spinal Cord Injury Prevention, Care & Cure
National Spinal Cord Injury Association
Spinal Muscular Atrophy
The Star Center
West Tennessee Special Technology Access Resource Center
National Stroke Association
Stuttering Foundation of America
Technology Guide for People with Disabilities
Online resources, mobile applications, and software programs
Forum for personal-experience stories about disability awareness, rights, inspiration.
Tennessee Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf; Promotes the profession of interpreting and transliterating American Sign Language and English.
Tennessee Technology Centers
Provides quality technical training designed to meet the occupational needs of the citizens of this region and state.
Through the Looking Glass
Clinical and supportive services, training and research serving families in which one or more members -- whether parent or child -- has a disability or medical issue.
Tourette Syndrome Association
Trace Research & Development Center
Focuses on making off the shelf technologies and systems like computers, the Internet, and information kiosks more accessible for everyone through the process known as universal, or accessible design.
United Cerebral Palsy Association
United Way of West Tennessee, Inc.
The Cody Unser First Step Foundation
A not-for-profit corporation aimed at raising research funds to fight paralysis and to build awareness of Transverse Myelitis.
A nonprofit organization that creates learning opportunities through the arts for people with disabilities.
Empowering persons with disabilities, their families and friends by being a conduit for education, knowledge, technology, entertainment, and numerous other services in an exciting, convenient, and accessible fashion.
West Tennessee Legal Services, Inc.
Non-profit organization that helps individuals, families and the community -- mostly those who are low income and elderly, when they have a legal problem.
West Tennessee School for the Deaf
National Wheelchair Basketball Association
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