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|Allergy and Asthma Network
|Allergy & Asthma Network is the leading nonprofit patient education and advocacy organization for people with asthma, allergies and related conditions. Our patient-centered network unites individuals, families, healthcare professionals, industry and government decision makers to improve health and quality of life for Americans with asthma and allergies. We specialize in making accurate medical information relevant and understandable to all while promoting evidence-based standards of care.
|Alliance for Early Success
|The Alliance for Early Success is a catalyst for bringing state, national, and funding partners together to improve state policies for children, starting at birth and continuing through age eight.
|America's Children: Key National Indicators of Well-Being (2017)
|America's Children: Key National Indicators of Well-Being, 2017 is a compendium of indicators about our Nation's young people. The report, the 20th produced by the Forum, presents 41 key indicators on important aspects of children's lives. The indicators cover a range of domains, including family and social environment, economic circumstances, health care, physical environment and safety, behavior, education, and health.
|American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (AAIDD)
|AAIDD, (formerly AAMR -- American Association on Mental Retardation) is the oldest and largest interdisciplinary organization of professionals and citizens concerned about intellectual and developmental disabilities. We're tireless promoters of progressive policies, sound research, effective practices and universal human rights for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
|American Cancer Society
|The American Cancer Society is the nationwide community-based, voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer through research, advocacy, and service. The website contains very thorough information about all types of cancer, prevention, and controls.
|American Occupational Therapy Association
|Consumers Occupational therapy focuses on enabling people to do the activities of daily life. The very word "occupation" means an activity which "occupies" our time. A child in grade school has the occupation of learning. An adult may need to learn how to write after a traumatic injury. A senior may want to continue driving safely in order to stay active in their community. All of these things are occupations and participating in them is vital to maintaining overall health and wellness.
|American School Directory
|The American Schools Directory website creates a link to all 108,00 K-12 schools in America. View calendars, menus, contact information, wish lists, and even student artwork. Visit schools, vendors, learning activities, and ready made forms.
|An Administrator's Guide to Preschool Inclusion
|The purpose of this guide is to address some of the issues raised by the administrators of these inclusive settings. We discuss the barriers and roadblocks these administrators encountered as they set up inclusive programs and then worked to keep them going successfully. We present practical strategies that emerged from our work, and we also draw upon the larger literature and work of others. In places, we introduce some of the people who, through their stories and experiences, illustrate how to make high quality early childhood inclusion a reality.
|Annotated Bibliography of Children’s Books about Gender Diversity
|Here is an annotated bibliography of children’s books about gender diversity created by genderspectrum.org
|Anti-Bias Education and Holidays: Making Thoughtful Decisions
|"Acknowledging or celebrating holidays in early childhood programs can bring pleasure to many families, staff, and children and can be useful in building connections between school and families. However, holidays also pose a range of challenges to ensuring that all children, families, and staff feel respected and to children learning about diversity of families. Whether or not to include any holidays in your curriculum, and what activities to use if you do, requires thoughtful decision making." For more information, check out this blog from the National Association for Education of Young Children (NAEYC).