Severe disabilities

Severe disabilities

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PRESS THE SWITCH. Nooooooo!!!! Great blog post here!!! "Why was I talking to the student about the switch when what really matters is the effect that pressing the switch produces? Talking about the switch (in any language) shifts the student’s focus away from the effects they are creating and on to the process of pressing the switch. I decided never again to use those words. Out went ‘press the switch’, to be replaced with prompts that engaged the student with the outcomes not the process."

SENICT - Special Educational Needs ICT: "Press the switch"

How Do I Use a Switch With an iPad? - Jane Farrall Consulting (AAC/AT Blog)

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Latest update of Touch and Write has a black background/ paper option for visually impaired users

Touch and Write

The Best Accessible Computer Games for Blind Kids: We'll show you the best places to find accessible video games for blind children - and some of them are free!

The Best Accessible Computer Games for Blind Kids

Teaching Learners with Multiple Special Needs: Free Online Switch Activities - Updated

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Teaching Learners with Multiple Special Needs: 60 Things to Do With a Single Switch

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Our Tactile Object symbols

Melissa Normington - Our Tangible Symbols

Teaching Learners with Multiple Special Needs: Reading IS a life skill!

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Teaching Learners with Multiple Special Needs: Teaching Switch Skills - Beyond Cause and Effect

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Toddler pom pom push

Toddler pom-pom push

@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

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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

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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

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

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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.

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

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

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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

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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

I'm thinking of starting a blog...

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