Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Information
- The Arc of the United States
- National Service Handbook for the Inclusion of People with Disabilities
- The Arc of North Carolina
- The Arc Link
- American Association of People with Disabilities
- American Foundation for the Blind
- Autism Society of North Carolina
- Autism Speaks 100 Day Kit - Click here to download a PDF of the Autism Speak 100 Day Kit
The kit contains information and advice collected from trusted and respected experts on autism as well as from parents of children with autism.
- Beyond Academics at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
- Birth Injury Guide
- Brain Injury Association of North Carolina
- College Resources for Students with Disabilities
- N.C. Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities & Substance Abuse
- Top Dog
Top Dog teaches people with disabilities to train their own dogs to become fully certified service dogs.
- Closing the Gap
Assistive Technology Resources for Children and Adults with Special Needs.
- Prader-Willi Syndrome Association of America
- The Office of Educational Technology (OET)
U.S. Department of Education’s educational technology policies, research projects and national technology summits.
- Alliance for Technology Access
Building the Legacy CD – A training curriculum on IDEA.
- DLTK’s Crafts for Kids
Parents and teachers will find mini-books to create plus activities to incorporate when reading favorite children’s books.
- Sensory Processing Disorders
- Fun Brain
This site offers educational games to improve math, grammar, and writing skills. It also includes homework helpers, and aids/activities for teachers.
- National Organization for Rare Disorders
- Special Ed News
Internet newsletter with information from recent articles and case studies including literary sources for parents, teachers, and professionals.
- AAA Math
Practice Math with fun and interactive games. Caters to K-8th graders, and also provides immediate feedback on progress.
- Brainteasers, Riddles, and Puzzles
Lots of riddles and activities to stimulate that curious mind. Great for analytical skills, and also has a virtual tour of the brain!
- Boundless Playground
Finally, a playground created for the inclusion of ALL children. No matter the disability (or non-disability) these playgrounds are altered to be fun-friendly for everyone.
Do 2Learn contains interactive activities that teach basic life skills. There is also a printable schedule, which promotes responsibility.
- Disability Rights & Resources
Fighting for Justice * Advancing Independence
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