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Special Education Resources

General Resources

A Place of Our Own
KCET’s A Place of Our Own (Los Niños en Su Casa in Spanish) is a daily television series, a website, and an extensive outreach program devoted to the unique needs of people who care for children.

Family, friends and neighbors – everyone who takes care of young children – are child care providers. Every interaction and every activity of these adults with their charges provide valuable opportunities to help children learn and grow.

A Place of Our Own shares ways for us all to help children acquire cognitive, social, emotional and physical skills, as well as nurture language and literacy development.

The Brain Injury Alliance of New Jersey
The Brain Injury Alliance of New Jersey publishes a variety of booklets, brochures, fact sheets, and posters on brain injury topics. Our publications are available free to persons with a brain injury, family members, professionals and organizations.

Education World – Special Education
Welcome to the Education World Special Education Subject Center. Here, you will find information and tools, from Education World and other valuable sources, chosen specifically for the special education community.

Internet Special Education Resources
ISER is a nationwide directory of professionals, organizations, and schools that serve the learning disabilities and special education communities. We help parents and caregivers find local special education professionals to help with learning disabilities and attention deficit disorder assessment, therapy, advocacy, critical teen issues, and other special needs.

ParentPals Special Education Resources
Additional resources about special education for parents and teachers alike.

PBS Parents - Inclusive Communities
Information from the PBS Parents web site regarding special education, inclusive communities, and the evaluation process.

U.S. Department of Education – Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services
The Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) is dedicated to improving results for infants, toddlers, children and youth with disabilities ages birth through 21 by providing

AUTISM AWARENESS RESOURCES

Autism Society Tips for the Holidays
Twelve Tips for Helping People with Autism and Their Families Have a Happy Holiday. 

While many happily anticipate the coming holiday season, families of people on the autism spectrum also understand the special challenges that may occur when schedules are disrupted and routines broken. Our hope is that by following these few helpful tips, families may lessen the stress of the holiday season and make it a more enjoyable experience for everyone involved. The following tips were developed with input from the Autism Society, the Indiana Resource Center for Autism, Easter Seals Crossroads, the Sonya Ansari Center for Autism at Logan and the Indiana Autism Leadership Network.


NBN Autism Program
The NBN AUTISM program is designed for children diagnosed on the autism spectrum. Our mission is to provide evidenced-based, best practice strategies to maximize the personal potential of each child. Compassion and sensitivity are combined with clinical competence and expertise. While our program is based on Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) principles and practices, our team of professionals are eclectic in their approach, recognizing the importance of individualized treatment.


Additional Resources

COMMUNITY-BASED RESOURCES


Below is a list of community-based resources for families.

https://camdencountyresourcecompass.org/