A hub of assessment resources for families and professionals as a guide through the assessment process.
These resources are geared towards meeting the needs of those in adulthood.
Resources at your fingertips, for both families and professionals.
Explore professional development resources addressing autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and other complex disabilities.
Whether you are beginning your assessment journey or fine-tuning the assessment process, explore a wealth of information related to assessment and autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
Resources for family members as they navigate the assessment process.
Information for school evaluation teams determining eligibility for services as a student with ASD.
Information for families and professionals, whether they are beginning their assessment journey or fine-tuning the assessment process.
Resources and forms to help teams understand and implement effective AT assessments.
Start here to get the big picture. General AT information that is quick and easy to understand.
Explore programs providing credentialing with a specialization in assistive technology.
An interactive PowerPoint show that presents student scenarios and potential options for funding.
Ideas for implementing AT to improve access to life tasks (learning, independent living, and work) as well as considerations for systems planning for AT implementation.
AT webinars, webcasts, on-line modules, as well as information on university certification, advanced degree programs, and credentialing.
Information and resources about AT tool selection, lending libraries for device trials and purchasing, and funding options.
Learn about the Autism Diagnosis Education Project.
Professional learning communities and online book studies for collaborative learning.
Bullying impacts 60 percent of individuals with disabilities. Learn about supports for those with disabilities, their families, their peers, and those who educate them.
Challenges and Successes in Implementing Customized Employment Strategies
Professional development to help teams understand how to examine challenging behaviors and create a proactive plan.
Discover options for AT professional development through college and university programs. Although not a complete list, the programs highlighted offer diversity in educational requirements and focus.
A look at the strategies used in Customized Employment and links to more information for those who are just beginning.
Intended for district teams, the two-day institute focuses on a district-wide approach for improving outcomes for students with ASD.
This survey is related to employment preparation and experiences during and after high school. Questions are designed to identify factors that contribute to employment success for people with ASD.
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It is important to reinforce a strong no alcohol message for all students.
This section includes suggested factors to consider when assessing students with disabilities using alternate assessments.
This section includes information for professionals and families on topics related to: AT assessment, planning for AT, and IEP considerations for AT.
This section includes information to support individuals, parents and professionals as they work together to create transition plans through the use of age-appropriate transition assessment.
A collection of resources that provides parents and professionals with foundational information for understanding autism spectrum disorders (ASD).
Learn about the services, types, and guiding principles of assistive technology.
Learn about IDEA mandates, AT laws, and more.
Learn the causes and characteristics of autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
FASD is an umbrella term describing the range of effects that can occur in an individual whose mother drank alcohol during pregnancy.
Learn about hearing impairments, including links to related institutions.
Learn about OCALI's mission, advisory board, contact OCALI staff, and more.
Learn about spina bifida, get tips for parents and teachers, and more.
A traumatic brain injury is an injury to the brain when the head has been hit by something or violently shaken.
UDL is an approach to designing educational environments and products so they can be used by the widest range of students without adaptation.
Learn about visual impairments, including links to related institutions.
A collection of resources to aid in searching for apps that contain specific features to meet an individual's AT needs.
Ohio's FASD Statewide Steering Committee has partnered to fight the tragic effects of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders.
Learn a functional behavior assessment (FBA) process to support individuals with complex needs.
The Autism Center at OCALI provides high quality professional development and consultation services to school districts and other educational organizations.
The beauty of UDL is that it's not just another initiative to add on to the ever-increasing list.
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