Sensory Street- great resources for sensory sensitive kids

"sensory street is a resource for anyone whose lives are touched by Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD), formerly referred to as Sensory Integration Dysfunction (SID).

The IEP from A to Z: How to Create Meaningful and Measurable Goals and Objectives - This book has lots of ideas for executive function and critical thinking goals and objectives.

The IEP from A to Z: How to Create Meaningful and Measurable Goals and Objectives - Diane Twachtman-Cullen, Jennifer Twachtman-Bassett

Pop-Up IEP for Parents: Are you dreading your next Individual Education Program (IEP) meeting? Are you already in disagreement with your IEP team or your school staff over needed services for your child? If so, you are not alone. Check out this website to read some "conversation stoppers" that parents may hear when advocating for their children - and they also provide good responses!

Pop-Up IEP for Parents/Advocates

Check out this website to read some "conversation stoppers" that parents may hear at an IEP meeting and ideas for possible responses.

Selective Mutism vs. Autism-Before I had ever heard of selective mutism, I was interested in autism. Lately, though, it's been getting on my nerves for receiving so much attention when selective mutism is equally common and potentially devastating for the child and his/her family. I can't watch the informational videos on autism here without thinking, "Apply that to selective mutism and its as bad or worse!" So I decided to compare the two (and contrast a bit).

Before I had ever heard of selective mutism, I was interested in autism. Lately, though, it's been getting on my nerves for receiving so much attention when .

Holiday Guide: IEP/504 Student Success Guide This is a must have binder for parents if your child has an IEP or 504 in school.  Includes:    Step by Step IEP Success Guide System, Nationwide School District and Resources Directory, Understanding Test Scores Tutorial & Chart, Special Education Definitions and FAQ http://specialmompreneurs.com

Holiday Guide: IEP/504 Student Success Guide This is a must have binder for parents if your child has an IEP or 504 in school. Includes: Step by Step IEP Success Guide System, Nationwide School District and Resources Directory, Understanding Test Scores Tutorial & Chart, Special Education Definitions and FAQ http://specialmompreneurs.com

The OpenDyslexic font is designed to give "gravity" to letters to prevent the characters rotating in readers' minds

OpenDyslexic font gains ground with help of Instapaper

(Medical Xpress)—A new font tailored for people afflicted with dyslexia is now available for use on mobile devices, thanks to a design by Abelardo Gonzalez, a mobile app designer from New Hampshire. Gonzalez, in collaboration .

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