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Websites for Special Needs

  • AAC Intervention — Created by Julie Marro and Caroline Musselwhite to assist students who use augmentative communication. Links to Boardmaker resources
  • AbleNet Remarkable Ideas — Choose student grade level, skill to address, activity theme and search for wonderful matching lesson plans.
  • Autism Papers — Developing Expressive Communication Skills for Non-verbal Children With Autism
  • Bright Solutions for Dyslexia — Latest research and materials for working with students with dyslexia
  • Cindy's Autistic Support — Wonderful website with resources to assist students with Autism
  • Could it be Dyslexia? — Online videos on dyslexia
  • Creative Communicating — Ideas for working with student using augmentative communication
  • Dragnifier — Magnifier for the computer
  • Georgia Project for Assistive Technology (GPAT) — GPAT has developed numerous resources to assist educators and families in providing assistive technology services to students with disabilities.
  • informED — An Australian website that has practical insights dealing with a variety of topics. This link addresses Communication Techniques with Parents and Students, and is the first part of a 7 part series.
  • The Learning Toolbox — This website provides many wonderful ideas for test taking skills, study skills, reading and much more for students with special needs
  • National Center for Learning Disabilities — Resources for helping students with special needs
  • QIAT — Quality Indicators for Assistive Technology
  • Searchable Online Accommodation Resource (SOAR) — System designed to let users explore various accommodation options for people with disabilities in work and educational settings
  • Simplified Technology — Created by Linda Burkhart, filled with ideas and handouts for students who use assistive technology
  • Tar Heel Reader — This website has many accessible books that will read to students, can be made switch accessible and may be downloaded as a PowerPoint, Flash or Impress format.
  • Teaching Learners with Mulitple Needs
  • TechMatrix — Web site that helps to match assistive technolgy with student needs
  • Zac Browser — Free web browser for students with autism