Hi2u 4 people with hidden impairments
Attempting to open doors for people with hidden voices.

 

Links, main category page on the Hi2u site.


This site has many pages of web links. These links are organised into categories as listed below. The web sites listed does not mean we agree or approve of their contents. We can not take responsibility for the contents or suitability of contents for your use on any of the web sites listed on our pages. It is important that you read terms and conditions/disclaimer before using any information found on this site. You can find link for the terms and conditions under the heading essential pages, towards the bottom of this page or on the side menu if you are using the frame set option for this site.
 

4 ADHD Web Links
Links to sites centred around ADHD, Asperger's Syndrome and similar neurological conditions.

4 Art Links.
The majority of art web links listed will have a significant connection with disabled people. Many links will be referring to disabled artists.

4 Asperger's Syndrome Web Links
Links to sites about Asperger's Syndrome. Some of these sites are designed from people with first hand experience of Asperger's Syndrome.

4 Autism Web Links
 

4 Communication Difficulties Web Links
 

4 Disability Links (UK).
 

4 Disability Links (www)
 

4 Disability Media Connections
 

4 Disabled Parents
(UK Addresses and Links)
 

4 Dyslexic Web Links
A list of links to sites for dyslexia organisations, charities, personal sites and other relevant sites for dyslexic people.

4 Dyspraxia Web Links
 

4 Family & Parenting Support Web Links.
 

4 Government (UK) Web Links.
Links to UK government offices, departments and associated organisations.

4 Health, Web Links.
List of links to health related sites.

4 Hidden Impairments
also known as Invisible Disabilities Web Links

4 Home Schooling Web Links.
 

4 Learning Disabilities Web Links
 

4 Miscellaneous Web Links
 

4 Nottinghamshire UK
 

4 Search Engine Links
 

 

 

Free For All Links.

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Just because a web site is listed on the Free For All Links section, does not mean we agree or approve of its contents. We cannot take responsibility for the contents of any web sites listed on the Free For All Links pages nor can we be responsible for the suitability of these web sites for your use. It is important that you read terms and conditions/disclaimer before using any information found on this site. You can find the link for the terms and conditions under the heading essential pages which is towards the bottom of this page.

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