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great idea for activity schedules for kids with visual impairments or who need object schedules....Make your own tactile/visual/auditory activity schedule.

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Freebie Friday: Literacy for Nonreaders

Adapted books - way to incorporate non-readers in literacy!

Adaptation Ideas to Increase Participation in Literacy Activities

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Visual Schedules Part 2: Pill Box & Reward Tool

Visual Schedules on a pill box - when the kid completes a task they can open the pill compartment for a small reinforcer!

Pragmatics Profile: This is a very thorough, multi-page form and covers a full scale of pragmatic functions! I like this one, too! Linda Burkhart and Gayle Porter recommend this pragmatic communication assessment tool as it is sensitive to plot children's progress who use AAC along a longer continuum of communication development than The Communication Matrix Profile. I like both tools!

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Adapted Books {Literacy Activities for Nonreaders

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Hearing loss simulation, this allows you to hear what people with different levels of hearing loss hear

When I became a vision teacher years ago, I was often frustrated by trying to find resources that were activity based, simple to use, easy-to-find, and beneficial for children.

In love with this website and all of the information for teaching students with vision impairments and multiple disabilities!