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Some kids with ADHD think better when they’re moving, or tapping, or humming — or doing all three. When those fidgets disrupt other students’ learning, though, we have a problem. Here, teachers and parents can find ingeneious ways to blow off excess energy without distracting anyone else. https://www.additudemag.com/fidgeting/...

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This page from PE Central contains a host of resources and opportunities for professional development, including earning PD credit. There are video examples, and sources listed for obtaining adapted products, ideal for any and all physical educators who teach children with disbabilities. http://www.pecentral.org/adapted/adaptedmenu.html

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Soundbeam is a 'touch free' device which uses sensor technology to translate body movement into music and sound. It gives children and adults the opportunity, regardless of their impairments or disability, to play music.

Read more about the company and its other musical products (Soundbox and Minibox, as well...

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In this webinar presentation, John O'Sullivan explores creative technology to help struggling learners better access the curriculum and engage in the learning process. You will learn about how to include students in art, and music with technology and engage students with various disabilities.

Download his presentation PowerPoint using the...

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Grasp is an autism resource that partners with Autism Source and other organizations to offer information, education, and networking opportunities for teenagers and adults with autism (particularly Asperger's Syndrome). There are opportunities to connect through online chats and social media, and their blog includes stories and other information that can...

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The first five years of life are critical to the development of your child. That’s why it is so important to start services as early as possible. In this section are information, toolkits, and resources to help you navigate the system of services for children, ages birth to 5, with...

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This page on Autism Society's website gives information and various resources on ways to manage symptoms of, and types of accommodations and technologies that can be used for, children on the autism spectrum, from Pre-K to Transition and beyond. This webpage may be used by parents and teachers alike. ...

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Intervention Central provides teachers, schools and districts with free resources to help struggling learners and implement Response to Intervention and attain the Common Core State Standards. This page includes strategies for behavior interventions, and access to other accommodation resources.

Link: http://www.interventioncentral.org/

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Children with cerebral palsy face a number of daily challenges. Communication boards and hearing devices are just a few options for children with CP. Devices are available in various shapes and sizes to ensure that every child with CP is able to receive the assistance they need as they grow...

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This document is based on the AAC Aphasia Category framework by Garrett and Lasker. It briefly covers the two types of communicators with aphasia, and what questions to ask when determining how to categorize a particular child/student as a certain type. The document also contains an all-inclusive chart for children...

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