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IDEA This site was created to provide a "one-stop shop" for resources related to IDEA and its implementing regulations, released on August 3, 2006. Website
Inclusion In After School Environments This info module offers tips for planning and adapting after school environments to successfully include children with specal needs. Info Module
Kindergarten Readiness and Transition This info module provides an overview of kindergarten readiness and tips for a successful transition to kindergarten. Info Module
MES English (Free Printables) Free resources for teachers of young learners. All of the resources are designed to be versatile and useful in many K-6 classrooms. Includes free flashcards, worksheets and handouts to match, free phonics cards, free ESL games, an international project exchange library, printable certificates, printable stickers and activities all ready for printing. Website
Model Me Kids Model Me Kids® is dedicated to producing high quality teaching tools for children with Autism, Asperger Syndrome, PDD-NOS, and Nonverbal Learning Disorder. We strive to make our products affordable so that they are accessible to both families and educators. Designed as a teaching tool for children, adolescents, and teenagers with Autism, Aspergers, PDD-NOS, Nonverbal Learning Disorder (NVLD or NLD), and developmental delays, the videos are used by parents, teachers, and therapists. The videos are also helpful for teaching children with developmental disabilities such as Down Syndrome. Website
Planning for the Transition to Kindergarten: Why it Matters and how to Support Success The transition to kindergarten is a time that presents changing demands, expectations, and supports for children and their families. When children experience discontinuities between preschool and kindergarten, they may be at greater risk for academic failure and social adjustment problems. Thus, building and implementing a seamless kindergarten transition can make a significant difference for children's early education experience. Document
Play Activities to Encourage Motor Development in Child Care Child Care Play is crucial to the development of children's gross and fine motor skills. Through play, children practice and perfect control and coordination of large body movements, as well as small movements of hands and fingers. Child care providers can support young children's motor development by planning play activities that provide children with regular opportunities to move their bodies. Website
Pocket Full of Therapy Pocket Full of Therapy offers select pediatric and school based therapy products and toys. The site organizers have found unique materials needed to provide effective, appropriate, motivating, and fun pediatric therapy and learning. The catalog is arranged into categories pertinent to child development. Website
Positive Behavior Support Plan [Dajinta Qorshaha Tageerada Habdhaqanka Wanaagsan] Qorshe taagereya habdhaqanka wanaagsn waa qorshe hawleed qeexeya tallaabooyin khaas ah oo loo isticmaali karo kobcinta guusha cunuga iyo kaqaybqaadashada hawlo maalmeedka iyo casharada. Qorshaha markii ladajinayo waxaa la isticmaalaa hab shaqsiga kukooban. Tipsheet
Princeton Child Development Center Princeton Child Development Institute is nationally and internationally known for its applied behavior analysis research in autism intervention. Current research and development activities focus on language acquisition and social interaction; promotion of decision-making skills and independence from caregivers; systems analysis and construction of quality assurance systems; expansion of career options and supported-employment opportunities for young adults; and ongoing research on family-style, community-based models of residential treatment. Research leading to the development of replicable treatment models is an essential element of the Institute's programs, because it benefits not only individuals currently receiving services, but potentially, all people with autism. Website