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This blog by an Occupational Therapist (OT), titled MamaOT , covers topics related to Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD), particularly for young children. Informtion and ideas for playtime and learning for these children are shared, suitable for parents, educators, and service providers. This page in particular includes information about SPD as...

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The Inspired Treehouse is a site dedicated to children with disabilities that may hinder them from partaking in everyday activities. Here, Physical and Occupational Therapists can find information, tips, and strategies to help conquer the common developmental roadblocks that come up for children, to enhance their abilities to partake in...

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This page is taken from OT Toolbox , a website for Occupational Therapists to get resources to help kids with their sensory challenges or other physical challenges, inside and outside of the classroom. This page lists resources to help with a range of challenges in everyday school activities,...

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The Partnerships for Action, Voices for Empowerment (PAVE) is a parent organization for those with children with disabilities. It is a hub for parents and family members to find support and learn from various resources on how to navigate home and school life for their child with a disability. Resources...

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Do 2 Learn is a website for parents and teachers, with hundreds of resources, guides, printables, and other products to help in the education and transition of children and young adults with Autism. Some topics that the website covers and provides interventions for are behavior management, job tips and social...

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In this PowerPoint Presentation, which accompanies the webinar, I Can Read That! AT Supports for Struggling Readers , Diana Ree-Reeder demonstrates various built-in accessibility supports in mobile devices to support struggling readers. These include a free screen reader, as well as the settings...

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In this session with Diana Ree-Reeder, participants learned how to use the built-in accessibility supports in their mobile devices to support struggling readers, a free screen reader, as well as how to adjust settings in three library apps: Google Play Books, Kindle App, and Libby/Overdrive so that readers can confidently...

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Many child care providers work with children who have disabilities or special needs. Each child is different, and each delay or disability will require different modifications. Child care providers should gather as much information as you can about the child and the disability, and learn about typical modifications that can...

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This website is the result of a joint project between Perkins School for the Blind and Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired (TSBVI). By combining their resources and expertise, they hope to assist educators and families provide literacy experiences for children who are blind or visually impaired. The...

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This website by Pat Andrews, and is designed for Special Education teachers. It features ideas, tools, and printable materials that can aid in the teaching of autistic students, according to ability or area of learning. https://www.tinsnips.org/

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