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Families of children with disabilities may struggle to get services for their children in schools and the medical system. They may not know how to get their child evaluated, that there may be free or low-cost services, or that there are organizations that can provide them with information and support....

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New developments in augmented reality can seem extraordinary to anyone new to the field. Craig Smith, an autism educator and advocate based in Australia, writes about new possibilities for educators working with people with autism to provide new assistive technology opportunities to them. Some of his listed possibilities include providing...

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Getting to know your Speech-Language Pathologist is a video made by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). It provides an overview into what SLPs do, and how they can support your child throughout their time at school, including incorporating Assistive Technology into their intervention strategy.

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New Path is a website full of networking opportunities and resources for parents of young children with disabilities. It seeks to spread information and resources regarding developmental practices and interventions that foster a child's growth in the best ways possible. This ensures that parents and families are well supported when...

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The first five years of life are critical to the development of your child. That’s why it is so important to start services as early as possible. In this section are information, toolkits, and resources to help you navigate the system of services for children, ages birth to 5, with...

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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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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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So–what’s considered a “natural environment”? What isn’t? This webpage focuses upon answering these questions and on connecting you with resources of additional information and best practice. http://www.parentcenterhub.org/naturalenvironments/#def

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TCEA (Texas Computer Education Association) is a global, nonprofit, member-based organization supporting the use of technology in education. It caters primarily to educators in the field, and has resources for professional development, as well as other resources, such as their blog, for further research. https://www.tcea.org/

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This website provides many resources and information given by professionals, covering various aspects of family life, from the early stages through childhood, on health, education, and other topics. This page on Special Education offers rich content in terms of educating children with disabilities. https://www.verywellfamily.com/special-education-4157330

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