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State Early Childhood Inclusion Self-Assessment This 2017 self-assessment tool provides a framework for examining key aspects of a State infrastructure that are useful for promoting high quality inclusive practices, programs and policies.  Document
Strategies for Successful Inclusion This info module discusses seven strategies and four key principles that promote the creation of an inclusive and accepting early care and education environment. Info Module
Strategies for Working with Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder 15 practical strategies to support the success of children with autism spectrum disorder in early care and school age care and education programs. Document
Strengthening Partnerships to Support Babies with Special Needs This video provides an overview of what families may experience when they learn their child has special needs. Website
SUNRISE TO SUNSET: SUPPORTING CHILDREN WITH AUTISM THROUGH THEIR DAY The Early Intervention Team at the Military Families Learning Network developed this four-part webinar series for 2019 that will focus on supporting young children with autism and their families. This webinar series will take us through important steps in the lives of families of children with autism and related disorders. These free webinars are easy to join and offer continuing education credits for early intervention and Board-Certified Behavior Analysts. Website
Supporting and Caring for Transgender Children This guide is designed for anyone who knows a transgender or gender-expansive child, plans to write about children who transition, or simply wants to learn more. It reviews what medical and education experts know about transgender children, explores some myths about gender transition in childhood, and offers suggestions for adults with a transgender child life. Document
Supporting Children with Type 1 Diabetes Child care programs cannot refuse providing care to a child because he or she has diabetes. The following information will help you in setting up support care in the event you have a child with Type 1 Diabetes in your care. Tipsheet
Supporting Transitions: Using Child Development as a Guide During the course of a child’s life, change is inevitable. Families move, siblings are born, school begins and consequently, transitions happen. Knowing about children’s development can help us understand how children respond to transition.  Document
The Center for Disability Studies in Literacy, Language & Learning (The Center) at University of Northern Iowa The Center for Disability Studies in Literacy, Language & Learning (The Center) at UNI directly responds to a history of exclusion, segregation and limited participation in literacy and language for young children, students and individuals with disabilities. The Center’s research demonstrates and documents that all people, including those considered to have the most severe developmental disabilities, can be full participants in their families, schools, and communities. Website
The Community Hub: Kohl's Autism Awareness This centralized source of resources builds awareness and understanding of people living with autism spectrum disorder in our communities. The Community Hub provides a vast amount of practical resources to enhance function and quality of life, increase safety, and improve the effectiveness of community services. By using the Community Hub, individuals with autism, family members, professionals, service providers, and other members of the community can feel more comfortable during common daily activities at home, school, and other community settings. Website