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This page on Autism Society's website gives information and various resources on ways to manage symptoms of, and types of accommodations and technologies that can be used for, children on the autism spectrum, from Pre-K to Transition and beyond. This webpage may be used by parents and teachers alike. ...

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Children with cerebral palsy face a number of daily challenges. Communication boards and hearing devices are just a few options for children with CP. Devices are available in various shapes and sizes to ensure that every child with CP is able to receive the assistance they need as they grow...

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This document is based on the AAC Aphasia Category framework by Garrett and Lasker. It briefly covers the two types of communicators with aphasia, and what questions to ask when determining how to categorize a particular child/student as a certain type. The document also contains an all-inclusive chart for children...

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Some children are considered “sensory seekers”, especially if they have things such as ADD, ADHD or autism. When they have things that stimulate them they become more organized, pay closer attention, and complete tasks. A fidget spinner has been one way teachers and parents have sought to achieve this. However,...

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Are you a parent or family member of a child with an IEP? Do you work with students with disabilities and their families? This family-oriented webinar will provide valuable ideas on how to advocate for assistive technology devices and services designed to help students be successful at school. ...

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Read about the first virtual reality (VR) experience for the blind and visually impaired people - not with a headset, but with a pair of gloves. Haptic gloves create vibrations on different parts of the user's hand and make this experience of 'touching sculpture' (one of the examples is the...

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Chrome Music Lab is a 508 accessible website from Google that makes learning music more accessible through fun, hands-on experiments. Many teachers have been using Chrome Music Lab as a tool in their classrooms to explore music and its connections to science, math, art, and more. some teachers even combining...

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These are short (10-20 minutes), simple, personable podcasts running since late 2015. Learn about news and links based around dyscalculia topics, including games, tutors, college and more.

Look for it on itunes here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/dyscalculia-headlines/id1039439953 .

Find it on soundcloud here: https://soundcloud.com/dyscalculia-headlines ....

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We live in an interdependent world. To be successful in relating to people, we should be comfortable both giving and receiving help. Every teacher should consciously plan for these reciprocal interactions on a daily basis. One way to do this is incorporating peer supports, inside and outside the classroom. There...

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This website, created by Elizabeth Hamblet (author, speaker, and transition consultant), focuses primarily on high school students with disabilities (especially Learning Disabilities) in their transition to college. Her blog, From High School to College , features professionals who specialize in this area of education, and provides a range of information...

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