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Full of resources for parents and teachers who have questions about any kind of learning challenge-- iep's, special ed, ADHD, etc.

Comorbid disorders associated with the Autism Spectrum (Autism, ASD, Asperger's, HFA, SPD, APD, ADHD, Tourette's, OCD, Gifted)

200 special education apps...o do I wish we all had Ipads. When I get my own sped job....I will buy one for school probably

Learning Activities Binder & Free Printable

Create a learning special education binder to help build literacy and math skills. With a few supplies from your local store, you can set these binders up so your students can work independently and build those foundational skills. Read more at: http://typicallysimple.com/learning-activities-binder-with-free-printable/

At a Glance: Which Laws Do What

Find out which three federal laws protect the rights of people with disabilities, which can include people with learning and attention issues.

23 Important Infographics Every New Parent Needs To See

Learning Styles: Why "One Size Fits All" Doesn't Work

IEP Roadmap: How to Seek Out Special Education Services for Your Child

An Individualized Education Program (IEP) is the first stop on the road after determining your child’s eligibility under the IDEA 2004. That road can be hard to navigate without guidance, so we've produced a roadmap to guide you.