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The ABCs of Literacy: Where to Start with Children who have Sensory Loss and Multiple Disabilities
Developing literacy skills is critical for every child, and may carry special challenges for a child who may not fully hear spoken language, see the printed word, and/or have additional challenges....
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8 Reliable Sources Share Apps That Create Access to Curriculum Content Across Grade Levels
Access to instruction means everything if struggling readers are to keep pace with their grade-level peers. AIM-VA blog readers love our stories about chosen apps and websites that help to by-pass...
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Tipping the Scales in Their Favor: Your Role in Recognizing and Responding to Abuse and Neglect of Children with Disabilities
A multidisciplinary course that will answer the following questions for law enforcement, family members of children with disabilities, and the professionals who support them:    ...
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50 Ways to Create Accessible Literacy Experiences with Everyday Technologies (Virtual TechKnowledgy Conference- Feb. 25, 2016)
This will be presented by Judith Schoonover, MEd, OTR/L, ATP, FAOTA, and Sally Norton-Darr, MS, CCC-SLP, AT Specialists, Loudoun County Public Schools. Developing multi-modal materials to introduce or...
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Aided Language Stimulation: An Essential Strategy for Teaching Language to AAC Users of Any Age (Virtual TechKnowledgy Conference- Feb. 23, 2016)
This presentation (by Lauren S. Engers, MA, CCC-SLP, Augmentative Communication and AT Specialist, Bucks County, Pennsylvania) will begin with a brief review of core language principles for vocabulary...
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