Family & Student Support

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This page features resources relating to multiple conditions and disabilities in children, and covers IEP planning, laws, independent living, and other topics. This website features other resources, such as a parent forum and videos.

Link: https://www.kidsinthehouse.com/special-needs

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Lesson Planet provides ideas, resources, and lesson plans for general education teachers as well as special education teachers. While some resources are free with a subscription, there is the option of joining a paid subscription at a monthly fee ranging from $2.00-$5.00 monthly, and $170 monthly for schools and school...

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This blog from Eric Curtis, tech expert and integrationist, covers topics relating to the integration of technology into an educational setting, particularly with Google extensions.

Link: http://www.controlaltachieve.com/

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The U.S. Department of Labor provides valuable information regarding work and disability, including laws and policies regarding disability in the workplace, accommodations available, and your rights as an employee.

Link: https://www.dol.gov/general/topic/disability

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Support and Training for Exceptional Parents (STEP) provides free informational packets for parents that are available for download. These packets give information on specific learning disabilities, assistive technology, accommodations, and more. The STEP website also provides training and other links to resources for parents.

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

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ADHD is a learning disorder, the symptoms of which can greatly affect a child's learning. This page from VeryWell Mind is dedicated to ADHD and ways to help children, their parents, and teachers manage the symptoms, both at school and at home.

Link: https://www.verywellmind.com/adhd-school-issues-4157279

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While virtual reality (VR) has been on the radar for decades, it wasn’t until recently that its use has become less of a novelty, and more of a consumer reality. Now, as VR technology becomes more ubiquitous, the big question is: How will this emerging technology enter the classroom and...

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The Metropolitan Center for Independent living provides resources for transitioning for those with disabilities, from post-secondary education and training to recreation and leisure.

Link: http://www.mcil-mn.org/programs/7-transition/25-transition-resources

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The Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA) Health Storylines app helps those with ADD/ADHD lead better, productive, more organized lives. With the app, one can track things like mood, vitals, tasks, medication management, make a schedule, journal, and even connect with other users for support. This app is free to use...

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This page from the National Multiple Sclerosis Society provides information and several guides for supporting children with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) in school. These include Childhood MS: A Guide for Parents, Students with MS & the Academic Setting: A Handbook for School Personnel, and more.

Link: https://www.nationalmssociety.org/Resources-Support/Resources-for-Specific-Populations/Pediatric-MS-Support-Network#section-4 ...

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