Early Childhood

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Parent blogger Dana Nieder understands the jargon of the education world – with its IFSP’s, IEP’s, and inclusive classrooms. She has a graduate academic degree from The Johns Hopkins University and experience as a science teacher. She and her family have an apartment in New York City with high speed...

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In this issue, we bring you the insights of Richard Ellenson, the creator of the very popular Tango! communication device and the founder of Panther Technology. Mr. Ellenson talks about how his commitment to ensuring that his son could communicate with the world brought him from a career in...

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With more than 67 million iPads sold in the U.S., the device is having a real impact on the lives of many, including children and youth with disabilities. Vina Sargent of the Lakeside Center for Autism in Seattle shares the LCA’s experience in using iPad apps with children at the...

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Supporting Success for Kids with Hearing Loss i s a resource for parents and professionals who work with children with hearing loss. The site is divided into discrete sections for parents and professionals. Each section has resources related to both Early Intervention and school-age children and includes links...

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Sock Puppets App is a terrific free app that can be used to teach listening and conversational skills. The app is free so I immediately downloaded it and started playing around with it. First, if you are not a kid who intuitively knows how to do these things,...

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Night Light Stories is created by Chris Bugaj, an Assistive Technology Specialist and SLP, and his wife Melissa, a classroom teacher. They have created this blog and set of podcasts featuring original stories "that light up the imagination of kids of all ages." Each story relates to children's...

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This research paper defines and describes the use of audio-supported reading (ASR) to access text for students who are visually impaired or blind. ASR is described as a tool for integrating multiple pedagogies and teaching the skill sets most blind or visually impaired students will need to gain literacy. The...

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"All Children Can Read" Literacy for Children with Combined Vision and Hearing Loss is a website published by the National Consortium on Deaf-Blindness devoted to increasing literacy development for children with deaf-blindness. The principles of the project are based on four assertions: * All children can become...

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Dr. Phil Parette discusses the components of the framework and need for a structured approach to technology integration, and shares some of the technology tools that he finds particularly useful. By now the majority of the education world seems to agree – technology is powerful and can bring significant benefits...
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Sue Thain Olsen and Amy Henningson of Utah State University's Center for Persons with Disabilities (CPD) bring you their insights on the benefits and challenges of providing virtual home visits as part of the early intervention services for which they are responsible. Delivering early intervention services to families in remote...

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