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Research Tuesday: Supporting Children with Severe and Profound Multiple Disabilities - In this study, Harding and her colleagues sought to reduce isolation and promote personal autonomy by providing AAC supports to two children with PMLD (Severe and Profound Multiple Disabilities)

PrAACtical AAC | Supports for language learning

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Teachers Pay Teachersfrom Teachers Pay Teachers

Community Signs 1- Leveled Journal Writing for Special Education

I love the level 1 journals included in this journal pack. With these my non-writers can "write" their own journals and express their own thoughts! There are 10 differentiated journals included with levels that will cover a WIDE range of abilities.

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Use an Active Learning approach to teach science to learners with significant multiple disabilities.

Instruction - Science Lesson

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Interesting blog with ideas to help teach students with multiple and severe disabilities.

Teaching Learners with Multiple Special Needs: About the Author

teachinglearnerswithmultipleneeds.blogspot.com

delightfully dedicated : My Favorite Unique Learning Systems Lists and Lessons for Students with Significant Disabilities

My Favorite Unique Learning Systems Lists and Lessons for Students with Significant Disabilities

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Adapted Worldfrom Adapted World

Toy Bar/Gym

Instructions on how to build a PVC pipe toy bar.

Toy Bar/Gym

adaptedworld.wordpress.com

Create your own active learning mobile for learners with visual impairments or multiple disabilities!

Mobiles

activelearningspace.org

Create mounts to make musical instruments more accessible to individuals with multiple disabilities.

Musical Instruments Mounted

activelearningspace.org

Examples on how to schedule for a self contained special education classroom!

My Special Learners

myspeciallearners.blogspot.com

This is an adapted glue stick holder. The person used PVC pipe to hold the glue stick in place and make a handle that the student can grasp onto.

Special Classroom: Adapted Glue Stick

specialclassroom.blogspot.com

Little Miss Kimberly Ann: Visuals in a Severe Special Education Classroom

Visuals in a Severe Special Education Classroom

littlemisskimberlyann.blogspot.com

Resource for severe and profound special Ed teachers

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Seasonal tactile book ideas for children with visual impairments and multiple disabilities

Seasonal Tactile Book Ideas for Children Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired

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Adapting Itsy-Bitsy Spider Book for children with CVI (Cortical Visual Impairment)

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This mobile is designed to help children with CVI to increase visual attention and exploration.

Mobile for Students with CVI

pathstoliteracy.org

The Imagination Treefrom The Imagination Tree

Fine Motor Skills Activities for Babies

Fine Motor Skills Activities for Babies and toddlers

Fine Motor Skills Activities for Babies - The Imagination Tree

theimaginationtree.com

Teaching Learners with Multiple Special Needs: The Yes/No Series and 10 Steps to Teach a Head Nod and Shake

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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"

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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

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WonderBaby.orgfrom WonderBaby.org

The Best Accessible Computer Games for Blind Kids

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

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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

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

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