The Learning Disabilities Association of
New Hampshire
P. O. Box 127
Concord, NH 03032-0127

Legal Resources

New Hampshire Procedural Safeguards Handbook for Special Education

Parents Rights in Special Education - REVISED July 2005 - Developed by the NH Department of Education, Bureau of Special Education, through a collaboration with the Parent Information Center and the NH Association of Special Education Administrators

IDA Listing of Websites with Information on Legal Rights - click here

Questions to Ask - These questions were compiled through a collaborative effort by parents, educational consultants, teachers, professors from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Charlotte, and staff from the Exceptional Children's Assistance Center. Funding for these documents was provided by The North Carolina State Improvement Project, Public Schools of North Carolina, Exceptional Children Division

Questions Parents Can Ask about Reading Improvement

Questions Parents Can Ask about Spelling, Writing, and Testing

Useful Websites and Organizations

Center for Children's Advocacy, Inc.

Children's Defense Fund Action Council

Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates (COPAA)

Family & Advocates Partnership for Education (FAPE)

International Dyslexia Association

National Center for Law and Learning Disabilities


Yellow Pages for Kids

Disability Rights Center - New Hampshire
18 Low Avenue
Concord, NH 03301-4971
Phone:603-228-0432 or 1-800-834-1721
TDD: 1-800-834-1721
Fax: 603-225-2077


Parent Information Center - New Hampshire
P.O. Box 2405
Concord, NH 03302-2405
Phone: Voice / TDD: 603-224-7005
Toll Free: 800-947-7005 (NH only)
Fax: 603-224-4365

Legal Research


Legal Information Center

The Edlaw Center

Thoughts About Education Advocacy

Mistakes People Make - Advocates

Mistakes People Make - Independent Evaluators

Mistakes People Make - Parents

Mistakes People Make - School Systems

Federal Government Resources

Americans with Disabilities Act - U.S. Department of Justice

National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities
The dissemination center is funded by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP). It serves as a central source of information on:

  • IDEA, the nation's special education law,

  • No Child Left Behind (as it relates to children with disabilities)

  • Research-based information on effective educational practices.

Office of Civil Rights - U.S. Department of Education

Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services - U.S. Department of Education

U.S. Department of Education - home page


This information is provided as a resource for people seeking additional information about learning disabilities and related issues. The Learning Disabilites Association of New Hamoshire is providing these links to you only as a convenience, and the inclusion of any link does not imply endorsement.

Copyright © 2006, Suzanne W. Heath. All rights reserved.