These links are organised by topic and are added to frequently. Please let us know of any that no longer function. Whilst these links have all been viewed as potentially useful, no assertion is made about accuracy of the information on another website.




Memory Games and Activities 

Improving Memory 

Some good Memory Games 

Good information as well as a game at the bottom

Good Memory games

Simply Smarter Kids App

Fun with Directions App

Other Memory Apps


ADHD / ADD / Attention Deficit:

The ADD / ADHD Online Newsletter - Laura Stevens 

Published monthly many of the articles focus on nutrition and ADD / ADHD

Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder (CHADD) 

The Feingold Association of the United States 

Feingold Program - the potential role of food and synthetic additives in the treatment of ADD/ADHD, Autism, and Learning Disabilities 

National Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA) 

A wide range of information about Attention Deficit Disorder and its related challenges

One ADD Place

ADD resources and info 


Non Verbal Learning Difficulty (NLD):

What is NLD? Non Verbal learning disorders (NLD) is a neurological syndrome consisting of specific assets and deficits. The assets include early speech and vocabulary development, remarkable rote memory skills, attention to detail, early reading skills development and excellent spelling skills. In addition, these individuals have the verbal ability to express themselves eloquently. Moreover, persons with NLD have strong auditory retention. Three major categories of deficits and dysfunction also present themselves:

  • Motoric (lack of co-ordination, severe balance problems, and difficulties with graphmotor skills) 

  • Visual - Spatial - Organisational (lack of image, poor visual recall, faulty spatial perceptions, difficulties with executive functioning* and problems with spatial relations) 

  • Social (lack of ability to comprehend nonverbal communication, difficulties adjusting to transitions and novel situations, and deficits in social judgment and social interaction)


*Definition of executive functioning: Neuropsychological functions including, but perhaps not limited to, decision making, planning, initiative, assigning priority, sequencing, motor control, emotional regulation, inhibition, problem solving, planning, impulse control, establishing goals, monitoring results of action, self-correcting.


More info and sources

Smart kids with learning difficulties

University of Michigan Health



The International Dyslexia Association

Dyslexia .. The Gift 


Reading Comprehension:

Strategy instruction for increasing Reading Comprehension 

Reading Comprehension - Free Worksheets

National Centre to Improve Practice (NCIP) 


Anxiety Disorders Association of America

Panic Attack Symptom List


Dave's Maths tables ... Multiplication table 

Self Esteem:

Resources for Improving Self Esteem