http://napcse.org/about/ *This is a link to the NAPCSE (National Association of Parents with Children in Special Education) which is "a place where parents of children in special education can find everything they need to know to be their child’s best advocate".
http://projectidealonline.org/orthopedicImpairments.php *This website includes definitions, prevalance statistics, characteristics, impacts on learning, teaching strategies, assistive technology, and related organizations and their contact information. Although it is a website designed specifically for teachers, it provides invaluable information for parents as well.
http://www.understandingspecialeducation.com/ *This website gives a plethora of information about helping parents be advocates for their student who is disabled. Among the highlights of this sight are the tips to prepare for an IEP meeting, understanding IEP terms and understanding the rights that parents have when it comes to planning IEPs.
http://www.naset.org/orthopedicimpairment2.0.html *This is a wonderful website for teachers or parents who are curious about other types of orthopedic impairments. It gives detailed descriptions of all types of impairments and ideas to help teachers assist students with these impairments in their classrooms.