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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
The Difference Between IEPs and 504 Plans Both Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) and 504 plans can offer formal help for K–12 students with learning and attention issues. They’re similar in some ways but quite different in others. This chart compares them side-by-side to help you understand the differences. Document
The Difference between Typical Anxiety and an Anxiety Problem All children feel anxious from time to time. Children with learning and attention issues are more likely to struggle with anxiety. How can you tell whether a child’s anxiety is typical and appropriate or something to be worried about? Document
The Fundamentals of Consultation [Muhiimadda ay Leedahay Tala Qaadashada] Muxuuyahay tababarka ama latalinta xagga Inclusion’ka ama kamidnoqoshada ay caruurtu carruurta kale lamid noqonayso iyo sida ay faa’iido ugu tahay caruurta xanaanada ubadka yaryar lagu hayyo jooga oo baaahida gaarka ah leh?  Podcast’kaan waa podacast ama maqaalka uguhoreeya maqaalada xirrirka ah oo laxirrira arinta tababarka ama latalinta xagga caruurta sida ay kuwa kale oga mid noqon lahaayeen. Podcast
The Genius of Play Play is more than just fun and games—it helps children build a range of developmental skills that will serve them throughout their lives.  Website
The Meaning of Inclusion: Practical and Philosophical Implications The course offers a look at the benefits and challenges to including children with special needs in community settings and examines inclusion as both a philosophy and real-time practice. For ten clock hours on your Learning Record, please register and pay online at Develop. Then, complete a 500 word reflection paper and submit this document with your reflectionPlease note: You have access to this document as view only. To enable editing, download the document. Click "file" then "download as" in the upper left-hand corner of this screen. This will give you the option to open the document as a Word doc on your own computer. Then, you can complete the information and email it to: credit@inclusivechildcare.org. *Disregard any directions regarding a final quiz. The only learning assessment needed is the reflection paper. Course
The Physical Environment Podcast on "The Physical Environment&": Inclusion specialist Priscilla Weigel shares stories and examples with CICC Director Cindy Croft on how the physical environment of a child care setting, including schedules and routines, can have a dramatic affect on the behaviors of young children. Podcast
The Playground Where Babies Learn to Talk A campaign to encourage brain development is using parks to deliver its message to children and their caregivers. Website