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    • Tracy Boyd

      @Sierra Boyd This is a really neat blog written by a teacher of students with multiple disabilities. Great learning opportunities even for the most significantly impaired students, and wonderful ideas for teachers/therapists.

    • Maureen LaFleche

      Teaching Learners with Multiple Special Needs: Switch Access to iPods/iPads Expands

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