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A high-quality evaluation provides you with a picture of how your child performs over time, in a variety of settings, with different people, and under different circumstances. Results give information to plan for instructional and behavioral needs, such as special education services. This article lists the basics of an evaluation...

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Cerebral Palsy Guidance has many pages with information on how to navigate the world with a child who has cerebral palsy, including transition to adulthood, assistive technology (AT), and exploring college. This page gives advice on the steps to take when exploring college options, as well as a list of...

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eParent.com is an online multi-media company dedicated to being the ultimate resource for everything related to the special needs community. Providing practical advice, emotional support, current trending news and educational information to empower caregivers and families of children and adults with disabilities and special healthcare needs, through blogs, publications, and...

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This webinar with Scott McNamara, PhD, gives participants a chance to learn about adapted physical education (APE) and why it is important for students with disabilities to receive APE services. The webinar covers a variety of APE subjects, including: a review of some of federal laws that define and mandate...

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This website has autism spectrum resources and teaching materials, for parents, teachers, and AT specialists alike. These support the social, academic and communicative development of children on the autism spectrum through Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and Verbal Behavior interventions. The technology section of their blog has apps and advice when...

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Think College is a national organization dedicated to developing, expanding, and improving inclusive higher education options for people with intellectual disabilities. There are numerous articles and other resources specifically for these students and their families, to help make college more accessible and achievable.

Link: https://thinkcollege.net/resources ...

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The Duke Center for Autism and Brain Development at Duke University provides a collection of resources, mostly intended for parents, for caring for their child with Autism. They provide guides, tips, templates, and other resources, whether their child has been newly diagnosed or ready for Transition, inside and outside of...

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Filmed in collaboration with WETA, this series of short videos on various assitive technology topics is meant to be informative for parents, teachers, and service providers to young children with disabilities. If you want to see the full playlist to choose a specific topic or video, click the top left...

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This website provides video-based information on how to diagnose, treat, and educate children with autism. This page provides expert insight on educating children with autism. The site also provides articles, research, evidence-based practices, and other videos for parents and teachers to support these students.

Link: http://www.interactingwithautism.com/section/living/education ...

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The Support and Training for Exceptional Parents (STEP) website has an entire page of resources for parents and families dealing with different issues regarding disabilities, bullying, IEPs, transition, and disability laws. They also provide parent training and other supports.

Link: http://www.tnstep.org/resources/links.aspx

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