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The National Deaf Center on Postsecondary Outcomes and Pepnet 2 work together to provide tools and resources for deaf and hard of hearing students and their advocates as they transition from high school to college and employment. Their resources cover the areas of access & accommodations, compliance, education, training, and...

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The videos and podcasts on AssistiveWare User Videos highlight various people with disabilities using Assistiveware products. The videos/podcasts show people across the life span engaging in meaningful occupations, and the power of assistive technologies for computer access. There are also newsletters written by those who use the AT solutions seen...

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The AIM Explorer is an Adobe Air application from CAST designed to help students with reading difficulties by incorporating digital text and tools (including text-to-speech, magnification, and highlighting) common to text readers and other reading support software. Text is presented at the student's grade level. The AIM Explorer is meant...

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"Advocating for Your School-Aged Child" is a short article that describes steps for parents to consider when advocating for their child with a disability – in particular, a learning disability. It explains your child's rights in determining eligibility for special education and related services, starting with a written request for...

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The PrAACtical AAC web site is created and maintained by 2 speech-language pathologists/college professors who wanted to share what they've learned and what they teach to parents, teachers, and professionals. Visitors to the site can read articles, view resources and videos, and share their own experiences with augmentative and alternative...

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Reading is Fundamental (RIF) Kids - Reading Planet is a website for school-aged readers and their parents. Although membership is not required, readers who choose to join have access to additional activities to do alone or with family. The site provides book ideas, writing idea starters, and educational games. Many...

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ADDitude magazine has been serving families and adults living with attention deficit disorder by publishing expert information about ADHD diagnosis & treatment, school accommodations, parenting ADD kids, getting organized with ADD, and much more. This quote from ADDitudeMag.com describes the resource's scope well. The website makes available a broad range...

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Adapted Mind offers online skill-building for mathematics and reading concepts for grades 1-6. Several lessons in each grade level are available for free and the lessons can be viewed online at home or in a classroom. Clicking the "Start Math" or "Start Reading" buttons displays lessons sorted by grade level,...

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50 Questions About LD is a great resource for students, families and service providers beginning to explore and understand unique and/or different learning styles. In a well-organized, frequently asked question and answer format, it guides the reader through eight chapters, from recognizing "something's not working here" to questioning, evaluating, designing...

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Youth on the Move is a website created by the University of Massachusetts to address all aspects of transition. It is a comprehensive website that looks at services starting in high school and continuing through graduation and the "move" into life after the IEP. Some of the services are specific...

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