Here are sites we recommend to parents wanting advice and support for their child’s learning difficulties:

Dyslexia Action:
British Dyslexia Association:
Dyspraxia Foundation:
Association For All Speech Impaired  Children (AFASIC):
Attention Deficit Disorder Information and Support Services (ADDISS):
ADHD UK Alliance:
The National Autistic Society:
These sites give lists of schools with specialist teaching provision, specialist teachers, practising chartered psychologists and speech and language therapists:

CReSTeD (Council for the Registration of School Teaching Dyslexic Pupils – and other specific learning difficulties):
PATOSS (Professional Association for Teachers of Students  with Specific Learning Difficulties):
Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists:
British Psychological Society:
These next sites cover  good resources for helping children with learning difficulties:

Barrington Stoke Children’s Publishers (books specially written for children whose reading age is lower than their interest age):
Waterstone’s Guide to Books for Young Dyslexic Readers:
Listening Books (books on tapes/cds):
Learning Development Aids (catalogue of excellent teaching resources for parents and teachers):
Kumon Maths (after school study programmes for children of all ages):
Addacus (graded maths programme for younger children):
Wordshark and Numbershark (software learning programmes for children with dyslexia and maths difficulties):
Inclusive Technology (wide range of educational software):
Touch-type Read and Spell (systematic typing course with centres throughout UK):
Iansyst Software Products (educational software and electronic devices):