Helpful Resources


TIP: It can be difficult to tell if articles and other content are accurate and up-to-date. Here are some things to look for:


  • Who wrote it? You should be able to find the author's name and perhaps their credentials.
  • When was it written or updated? There should be a date when the content was last updated and maybe the date it was originally written. This is important since new research can render older content inaccurate.
  • What are the sources of the information? If you're looking at medical information, the sources should be listed, usually at the bottom of the page.

Trusted Educational Web Sites:


In addition to the educational content on the sites of the nonprofit organizations to the left, check out:


Moderated Facebook Groups:


These groups are for education, awareness, and support. They are moderated to prevent postings of spam, medical advice, and unnecessary "drama."


Pages like this are always "works in progress."

if you want to recommend a site or other link, please submit it through our contact page.

Thank you!

last updated September 22, 2015


All content © Teri Robert, 2004 - Present, unless otherwise noted.  All rights reserved.