Free, easy-to-use resources. Find the best benefits and services for children and young adults with disabilities.
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Great information for students and parents who are preparing for college. Use your IEP as a tool, use self advocacy & consider the options available for students while they’re still in high school.
Online tutoring services available for free through the library.
This guide can help you learn what you need to know. It explains the basics of the special education process and gives you information on how to be an effective partner with your child’s school.
Autism Speaks has teamed up with Colgate and Philips-Sonicare to create a dental guide and video to provide tips for improving oral hygiene at home, as well as information about how parents and dental professionals can make a visit to the dentist’s office less stressful and more productive.
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This lending library is for parents, children, teens, adults and professionals allowing them easy access to an array of materials regarding special education, early intervention, disability specific books, bullying and other related resources.
Lions Connected courses, combined with college-level courses are centered around the practice of “learning by doing”. As LC students prepare for a career they love, we work closely with each student to customize their courses and college experience. Academic mentors accompany each student every step of the way, including class attendance, in-class assignments and out-of-class assignments and homework support. Social Mentors are available to work with our students as often as needed.
Practical tips to help you and your family prepare for an emergency.
Transitioning to college can be stressful for any young adult, but those with Asperger’s syndrome or Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) often face additional challenges during this time. There are people and programs in place to help, though. This guide offers information, expert advice and resources to help make the transition to college smooth and successful for students with ASD and their families.
Anyone who’s been a parent long enough has felt that panic—often only temporary—when a child wanders out of sight. Kids can get lost anywhere—at an amusement park, in a store, in a crowd, and sometimes even right in your own neighborhood. Many parents of children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) know this feeling all too well.
The mission of Able Eyes is to provide visual, state of the art experiences/teaching tools to children and adults with disabilities. Able Eyes provides a user friendly platform to teach skills, and explore environments from several different perspectives. Our ultimate goal is to make businesses and public venues more accessible for people of all abilities by offering visual tours, making them “Able Eyes Accessible.”
NLS is a free braille and talking book library service for people with temporary or permanent low vision, blindness, or a physical disability that prevents them from reading or holding the printed page. Through a national network of cooperating libraries, NLS offers books the way you want them: in braille or audio formats, mailed to your door for free, or instantly downloadable.
NLS works to ensure that all may read by providing eligible patrons access to NLS materials regardless of age, economic circumstances, or technical expertise. Explore the tabs using the menu on the left. Share the gift of reading, and spread the word about NLS so that all may read.
A team of lawyers at Goodwin Procter LLP has generously put together a helpful guide to help families understand the IEP process as their loved ones head back to school.
Want to know what your child’s school report card looks like? Want to compare it to other schools?
Then check out this new website and resource for parents from Louisiana Department of Education.
This guide provides you, as a parent, with a quick overview of the Louisiana Connectors, why they are important for students and teachers alike, and the resources available to further support your child’s learning at home. This guide is a supplement to the Louisiana Student Standards Parent Guide.
We work hard to collect, collaborate, publish, and teach the most successful and cutting edge techniques and breakthrough research coming forth to help children struggling with Learning Disabilities, Hyper Activity, ADHD, ADD, and even Autism Spectrum Disorders with or without medication.
There are simple cognitive and reflex tests and intervention exercises you can do at home to stimulate and strengthen the deficient or disconnected areas of the brain to improve or reverse Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Dyscalculia, Autism Spectrum Disorders, ADHD, ADD, Sensory Disorders and other neurologically caused problems.