Comprehensive Focus on MH in Schools
Concerns Related to Children's Severe MH Disorders
Concerns Related to Children's Psychosocial Problems
Positive Social and Emotional Development and Prevention of Psychosocial/MH Problems
Others focused on Addressing Barriers to Learning and Development







Major Centers, etc. Associations Government Agencies Listservs E-Journals & Newsletters

V. Matters Relevant to Addressing Barriers to
Learning and Development


What is a listserv?
A listserv is a discussion group distributed through email. To "join" the discussion you must subscribe to the listserv. To subscribe to a listserv (unless noted otherwise) you need to send an email to the address listed for the listserv with the following line in the text (body) of the message:

SUBSCRIBE <listserv> <e-mail>

Note: Replace <listserv> with the name of the listserv. Replace <e-mail> with your e-mail address. In the following list, the corresponding email list is followed by the listserv name in parentheses. A brief description of the listserv follows. Generally, you will receive instructions for participating in the listserv after you send the request to subscribe.


Or go to:  Major Centers, etc. || Associations || Government Agencies || E-Journals
Gateway Welcome Page (CDMAJOR)
Listserv for Communication Disorders (COMMDIS)
Listserv for Speech Disorders (STUT-HLP)
Listserv for Stutterer/Family Support (DDHEALTH)
Listserv for the health of people with developmental disabilities (CSHCN-L)
Listserv for issues about children with special health care needs (ALTLEARN)
Listserv for alternative approaches to learning for those with phsycial disabilities - for professionals. (MRDEAF-L)
Listserv for Education of the mentally retarded deaf
Listserv for Down Syndrome (FRAGILEX)
Listserv for Fragile X Syndrome (HEALTHPOL)
Listserv for Health Policy (AERA-E)
American Educational Research Assoc.- Listserv for Counseling & Human Development

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