Learning Resources for Special Education
The following resources are helpful for students who have various learning exceptionalities.
- Handwashing with photos
- Understanding coronavirus
- Understanding COVID-19
- Giving people space
An extensive digital library of behavioral and visual resources designed for parent use, including sample daily schedules and positive reinforcement strategies, as well as visuals to use when working from home.
Geneva Centre for Autism:
This toolkit includes visual supports for children to use during the COVID-19 school closures.
Skills are listed and linked to lesson ideas, resources, and websites. This will make working with students who are not accessing the regular curriculum more accessible.
The Ontario Ministry of Children and Youth Services contracts with Silent Voice to provide Infant Hearing Program (IHP) ASL services for children with permanent hearing loss that are part of IHP.
Ontario Association for Families of Children with Communication Disorders” and all the information is specific to Ontario and our Ontario education system.
This contains valuable tips and info on developing language and emergent literacy skills, including sound awareness, vocabulary and story comprehension.
Learn about some of the possible reasons and find useful and practical strategies for how to help your child to finish their homework.
A weekly online newspaper for students with complex learning needs. Its aim is to connect readers with the world and broaden their understanding of cross-curricular topics and current events.