Videos on accessible instructional materials

The AIM Center has a channel on YouTube. Visit there and find short videos on providing students with disabilities with AIM---accessible instructional materials. Consider including one or more of the AIM Tips videos in training sessions or with families as a way to introduce critical issues to consider for effective student use of AIM. http://www.youtube.com/AIMNationalCenter … [Read more...]

Video training | Helping little children use AT

This training module from CONNECT includes an example of how a child care provider, speech therapist, and parent work together to help a two-year-old communicate and participate in everyday activities using assistive technology (AT).http://community.fpg.unc.edu/connect-modules/learners/module-5  … [Read more...]

Video | Child outcomes, step by step

This video describes and illustrates the three child outcomes adopted by the Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) and reported on by all state early intervention (Part C) and preschool special education (Part B/619) programs as part of their Annual Performance Report (APR). The video explains functioning necessary for each child to be an active and successful participant at home, in the community, and in other places like a child care program … [Read more...]

Video series to help young adults with disabilities navigate the job search process

This series of 14 videos addresses various topics that will help young people with disabilities navigate the job search process. The videos star young professionals that either have disabilities themselves or work with college students with disabilities. Topics include: effective resumes, disability disclosure and accommodations requests, professional attire, and on-the-job etiquette. From the Office of Disability Employment Policy at the U.S. Department … [Read more...]

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