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Learning about acccessible gaming and the controllers that help people with disabilities join this popular activity isn't always easy. In an effort to provide introductory information on what choices one might find, consider these links below as starting points. Please note: the links below are not formal recomendations of these...

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Learn about this 28 year old disabled gamer from Texas, one of the 33 million disabled gamers in the US who have found a way to thrive. Better known as BrolyLegs, who rose to become a top-ranked online player in Ultra Street Fighter IV, he can outplay most opponents in...

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Why is writing so hard? If you think about it, written expression requires motor planning, social thinking, organizational skills, spelling, grammar and punctuation to all dance together simultaneously. If any one of these factors gets left out or is weak, the result is a poor writing sample. We also know...

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Social Thinking is a company that provides socialization products for people with sensory disabilities like autism or aspergers. Social emotional learning isn’t just for children, we continue to strengthen and improve our social and emotional competencies across our lives. Michelle Garcia Winner, the founder of Social Thinking, and her colleague...

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Social Thinking is a company that provides socialization products for people with sensory disabilities like autism or aspergers. As students shift into their tween, teen, and young adult years, they experience increasingly complex social situations and academic curricula that require more nuanced social understanding, fine-tuned critical thinking, a higher level...

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Social Thinking is a company that provides socialization products for people with sensory disabilities like autism or aspergers. Their products can be used together for a specific age group to teach and motivate kids to improve their social competencies in a fun and engaging manner. In this Social Thinking webinar,...

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When trying to make our sport activities more inclusive often the focus is placed on fitting people with different needs and abilities into regular or standard activities. Modifying or adapting sport activities to meet the needs, skills and abilities of participants can be a simple way for programs to be...

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In this webinar, Michelle Garcia Winner, the founder of Social Thinking, an organization focused on helping people with sensory disabilities and their families, provides insider tips for using products published by Social Thinking to nurture social emotional learning in ages 4-7. The materials are helpful for students with solid to...

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Many of those with challenges developing social competencies struggle with far more than learning social skills. In this webinar, Michelle Garcia Winner, the founder of Social Thinking, an organization focused on helping people with sensory disabilities and their families. Ms. Winner discusses her evidence-based Social Competency Model to bring to...

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Coaches, activity leaders, program planners and administrators can all benefit from having a method of making appropriate adaptations and modifications to sport activities. This article from Inclusive Sport Design web site covers four frameworks for seeing how to approach inclusive sport design.

Read the article here: http://inclusivesportdesign.com/turtorials/how-to-adapt-and-modify-your-sport-activities-to-include-all/...

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