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NLDline is pleased to share resource information to help parents and professionals interested in NLD.   We do not endorse any specific treatment, educational method or program.  The opinions and conclusions expressed on this site do not necessarily reflect the views of NLDline.

Central Coast Language & Learning Center, Monterey (CA) 831 645 7900 centralcoastlanguageandlearning@earthlink.net
Children's Hospital Oakland (CA) Department of Psychiatry 510 428 3000
A Learning Place, Oakland, (CA)r 510 655 7880, 510 338 3830
New Jersey Neuroscience Associates, LLC 114 Essex Street, Rochelle Park, NJ,        Colleen Dorfman, Neuropsychologist      201 845 0055
Department of Psychology, Emory University (GA) 404 727 6123
Rush Neurobehavioral Center, Rush Children's Hospital, Skokie, (IL) 847 933 9339
Division of Pediatric Neurology, Medical College of Ohio, Toledo (OH) 419 383 4475
University of Texas Medical School  - Houston - Departments of Neurology and Pediatrics, (TX) 713 792 4655
Erin K. Hill, Psy.D., ABPP
Board Certified in Clinical Neuropsychology
Sage Neuropsychology Consultants
137 N. Oak Park Avenue
Oak Park, IL 60301
www.sageneuropsychology.com
phone 708 434-1264
fax 708 434-0494

 

Arrowhead Neuropsychology
Karla A. Mueller, Ph.D.
Sun City, Arizona 
623-810-5501
info@arrowheadneuropsychology.com
 www.arrowheadneuropsychology.com
James W. Irby Jr., Ph.D., ABPP-CN
Clinical Neuropsychologist
4500 I-55 North
Highland Village, Suite 234
Jackson, MS 39211
601 982-8531
Fax: (601) 982-1115
Email: dr.irby@yahoo.com
Department of Psychology, Boston Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center, (MA) 617 232 9500
Department of Psychology, University of Windsor, Ontario, (Canada) 416 813 1500
Yale Child Study Center, New Haven, (CT) 203 355 6381
University of Maryland Medical System, Baltimore, (MD) 410 328 8667
Department of Psychology, Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, (Canada) 416 813 1500
Children's Hospital Medical Center, Boston, (MA) 617 355 6381
Liana Peña Morgens, Ph.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Clinical Neuropsychologist
298 Crescent Street
Waltham, MA  01453
phone:  (781) 899-1160
email:  lmorgens@hms.harvard.edu
website: 
www.psychsteps.com
Center for Learning and Attention Disorders, Portsmouth, (NH) Telephone: (603) 436-4042
Center for Learning Disorders, Family Service and Guidance Center, 325 SW Frazier Topeka, (KA) 66606 Michele Berg, PhD Director, Debe Uhl, Coordinator of Service Telephone:  (785) 270 8906
Pediatric Neuropsychology Clinic Division of Pediatric Neurology, University of Minnesota Medical School, Minneapolis (MN) Telephone: (612) 625-7466
Center for Brain Enhancement             P.O. Box 227 85 River Rd.
Collinsville, (CT) 06022-0227
Tel. (860) 693-9599 e-mail gca@nai.net
Child Development Center
Connecticut Children's Medical Center, Hartford, (CT)
Telephone:   (860) 545-8680
Neuropsychology Services, Child Studies Center, The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, 1100 N.E. 13th Street, Oklahoma City, OK 731171100 N.E. 13th Street
Oklahoma City, (OK) 73117
Telephone:   (405) 271-6816

 

Laura Falconer, M.A., CCC-SLP
777 29th St., Suite 400
Boulder, (CO) 80439
(303) 447-0022, x20
laura@speechpatho.com

Stern Center 135 Allenbrook Lane, Williston, (VT) 05495 (802) 878 2332
Attention Disorders Clinic of Vancouver
100 East 13th Street
Vancouver, (WA) 98660
360-696-1646 drtms@pacifier.com   Contact person:  Thomas M. Stallone, Psy.D., P.C.
Child & Family Psychological Services, Inc. 89 Access Road, 24, Norwood, MA 02062
781-551-0999/Fax 781-551-3396
www.cfpsych.org
Kingsbury
Diagnostic and Psychological Services
5000 14th Street NW
(Washington, DC) 20022
202-722-5555
202-722-5554 (fax)
center@kingsbury.org
www.kingsbury.org
Contact person:  Laurie Dietzel, Ph.D.

NLDline encourages parents to consult with neuropsychologists, doctors, educational therapists and other professionals who know  the child and know this learning disability.   We encourage having the child assessed by a professional or team of professionals before determining whether or not he/she has nonverbal learning disorder (NLD) and, if so, getting professional advice on what programs and services to pursue.

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