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Ollibean is a website where parents and family members, educators, and other inclusion advocates can connect and find resources for disability rights in school, work, or other public settings. Resources include news and education articles, videos, blog posts, and links to other autism resources.

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Accessible technology can serve an important role in inclusion of students with disabilities. Not all technology is accessible, however. This article by the Maryland Coalition for Inclusive Education explains what accessible technology is, how it maximzes inclusion for students using the principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL), and also...

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This website was developed by Christi Kasa, an Associate Professor and Department Chair for the Department of Special Education in the College of Education at the University of Colorado. It includes the blog "Inclusion 101", and other resources relating to inclusion in education. These include resources for Universal Design for...

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This article provides teachers and administrators with a description of foundational principles and curricular approaches to create meaningful educational experiences for secondary students with intellectual disabilities in inclusive general education classes. The four principles provide: a) The least dangerous assumption, b) partial participation, c) blending academic and functional curricula, and...

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People with severe speech or language problems use various AAC methods to supplement existing speech or replace speech that is not functional. Special augmentative aids, such as picture and symbol communication boards and electronic devices, are available to help people express themselves. This may increase social interaction, school performance, and...

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This article was written for professionals working with children with complex communication needs, and explains how they can combine AAC interventions with Pivotal Response Treatment (PRT), which includes Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) treatment with naturalistic interventions. With these frameworks, an AAC practitioner can help develop the communication of a child...

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In this blog post by Jane Farrall, a speech pathologist and special educator who focuses on literacy, Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC), and Assistive Technology, she gives some examples of low- to mid-tech alternative pencils that students can use, like special keyboards or speech-to-text technologies.

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Exceptional Lives is an independent non-profit organization that provides free, trustworthy, easy-to-follow information for parents and caregivers of children and young adults with disabilities. This particular resource is a compilation of their best articles on Individualized Education Plans (IEPs), ideal for parents, or teachers and service providers.

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This video is part of the Off the Page series by Paula Kluth, a consultant, author, advocate, independent scholar, and former special educator who works with teachers and families to provide inclusive opportunities for students with disabilities. This video in particular shows tips, tools, and tricks to engage all...

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This article is directed toward those with disabilities who are entering the workforce by introducing Employment First, a concept in advocacy that emphasizes equal work for equal pay for those with disabilities. As young adults, it is important to become familiar with these concepts, as they are essential to self-advocacy...

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