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Finding More Help
Last Updated October 21, 2018
We have a list of physical therapists, speech therapists, occupational therapists, learning disability professionals, and mental health providers for you to use in your search for help.
This is provided for your information only and does not constitute a referral or recommendation.
maintains a list of therapists nationwide, searchable by zip code with the ability to limit search based on insurance, issues, and more.
Free apps that have been shown to help anxiety and depression are available from IntelliCare. These apps are part of a nationwide research study funded by the National Institutes of Health.
Check out the list of online and local resources to find local support groups and online information on various topics.
This list of PT, OT, and speech therapists are for the KC Metro area, focusing on Johnson County. Some centers also offer sports performance, massage therapy, and more.
This list includes psychologists, psychiatrists, and social workers who provide therapy for many mental health issues, including behavior problems, parenting help, depression, eating disorders, anxiety, tic disorders, and more.
This page is a list of psychologists who offer in-depth testing for issues with learning or behavior.
This page offeres numerous resources for autism testing and treatments.
This page lists private schools that offer help for special needs children, ADHD coaches, and tutors.
This page lists sleep consultants that are in our region or offer online sleep consulting.
ADHDKC - your local CHADD Chapter
ADHDKC is a local support group for parents of kids with ADHD and adults with ADHD. They even have a branch for middle and high school students with ADHD: ADHDKCTeen. Check out the online social sites that share information to help people thrive with ADHD and their monthly meetings. It's all free. Joining CHADD for a small membership fee supports the local chapter and provides you with even more!