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Severe disabilities

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Severe disabilities

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@O.B. Wellness - the handprint art is freaking endless. Kindergarten Art Project- hand print art.

Class Art Projects

Some advice and tips for teaching colours. -- Repinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit for all our pediatric therapy pins

Ideas for making learning accessible for everyone.

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Early Childhood Special Ed. She teaches 3 & 4 year olds with autism & severe disabilities

Educating Students with Significant Disabilities: It is a program for teaching one-to-one correspondence and counting objects in random order.

Utah Personnel Development Center | Counting Objects

Activity Ideas for Students with Severe/Profound/Multiple Disabilities categorized in the following sections: -Activities to help teach cause and effect -Popular Activities with Balls -Group Activities -Musical Activities -Locomotor Movement -Recreational Activities

Teaching Learners with Multiple Special Needs: The Yes/No Series - Part One

Kristie Smith along with illustrator Amanda Still has created an activity book that teaches parents and professionals many ideas for educating children with multiple disabilities.

Teaching Learners with Multiple Special Needs: Software for Learners with Disabilities

"Preschool Printables" Some great stuff even for early elementary aged students with severe/profound multiple disabilities.

Morning Meeting – Morning Meeting activity created for middle school age students with multiple disabilities

Boardmaker Achieve

Fun summer activities for children who are blind or with multiple disabilities

Perkins offers on-demand webinars on a variety of topics relevant to blindness, vision loss, deaf-blindness, and multiple disabilities.

Perkins - Webinars on Visual Impairment and Deafblindness

blog - mum with 3 girls, one with multiple disabilities

My Special Needs Classroom | Sharing resources and strategies for children with multiple disabilities, Special Needs PreK and Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Class with severe physical and speech disabilities

A special kind of class: About Me/Contact

Listening to those rarely heard by Scope Victoria. This video is part of a training package developed for a group of people who know someone with a severe to profound intellectual disability well. It is designed to be focused around someone who may be facing a particular decision, either now, or into the future. Embedded within this package is a framework used to guide supporters through a process of supported decision making with people with Severe to Profound Intellectual Disabilities (Watson,

Great blog using technology to meet the needs of students with complex communication needs and severe disabilities

Teaching Learners with Multiple Special Needs

Knock it out! This activity has variations depending on the students. Bean bags or small balls are used to throw at a larger ball in the middle. The goal is to knock it out of a designated area. This can also be played on teams, where each team has a side and the goal is to not let it cross your line. A large omnikin ball can be used at the elementary level most effectively. Source: www.humankinetics...

The ART THERAPY EXPRESS PROGRAM enhances the learning capabilities of students by providing both therapy and education. The program is designed exclusively for individuals with multiple and/or severe physical, mental and emotional impairments including visual, hearing, intellectual, learning disabilities, communication disorders, autism, aspergers syndrome, and terminal illnesses. All individuals are able to express themselves through meaningful works of art. Located in Delaware.

Activity Ideas for Students with Severe, Profound and Multiple Disabilities

Fact sheet on Severe and/or Multiple Disabilities

A switch is a simple device that has two states - on and off - just like a light switch. People who find it difficult to access a computer keyboard and mouse can use a single switch or a combination of switches and specialist software instead. Switches can help people across a wide range of physical disabilities. Their simplicity also allows people with severe learning disabilities to play games and interact with the world. The seemingly exiguous switch is a very powerful tool.

testing students with severe disabilities

Here's a terrific post on how one teacher structures her calendar time. This is a class for kids with severe physical and/or speech disabilities, so you'll get lots of ideas for differentiating here.

A special kind of class: Calendar Time