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Founded by Bill Binko, co-founder and principal technologist at LessonPix.com, this website is an experiment in solving problems in Assistive Technology using the skills and tools of the Maker community. In other words, resources for open-source hardware and software solutions are provided, to combine these tools for the benefit of...

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This webpage provides many different kinds of resources for educators and their art curriculum. These include project ideas, tips, frameworks for practice, and video examples of various types of assistive technologies and modifications, to make art making more accessible to children with disabilities. https://assistedtechnology.weebly.com/autism-and-at-brenna-hurley.html

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The DO-IT (Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking, and Technology) Center is dedicated to empowering people with disabilities through technology and education. It promotes awareness and accessibility—in both the classroom and the workplace—to maximize the potential of individuals with disabilities and make communities more vibrant, diverse, and inclusive. Resources such as articles are...

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The nature of artwork, design, studio, and performance activities pose unique challenges, yet also provide creative opportunities for students with a range of visual, hearing, health, psychiatric, mobility, and learning impairments. With appropriate accommodations, students with disabilities can access visual, performing, literary, media, and design arts. This page offers suggestions...

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Engaging in the Arts helps build creativity, confidence, focus and collaboration. For students with special needs, this sometimes requires some classroom modifications to ensure a successful outcome. As part of inclusion here are a few ideas that may be helpful. http://blog.schoolspecialty.com/art-craft/art-class-modifications-children-special-needs/

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includification is the AbleGamers Foundation’s Game Accessibility Guidelines web site, written by developers, and gamers with disabilities. The site is a resource tool to answer questions software game developers have about adding accessibility to their software projects. The information is the culmination of nearly a decade of research, review, experiments...

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In this video, a Speech-Language Pathologist talks about assistive devices, and in-house engineer Alex walks through the ways you can make or modify an assistive device yourself. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tRqRcrSJOII

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Produced by the Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence (OCALI), these videos are a two-part series that focus on an academic area that some may not always consider, especially with special education: the visual arts. Art classes are usually taught within the curriculum at any school, but there are...

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This website provides many resources and information given by professionals, covering various aspects of family life, from the early stages through childhood, on health, education, and other topics. This page on Special Education offers rich content in terms of educating children with disabilities. https://www.verywellfamily.com/special-education-4157330

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A teacher is using multisensory teaching methods when his or her student uses sight, hearing, smell, touch and/or movement when learning about a topic. The more senses that are engaged, the more effective the learning experience is – and the more likely that the children will retain what they have...

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