Acquire information from Autism Speaks 100 Day Toolkit that was created specifically for newly diagnosed families.
Provides objective information about AT and rehabilitation equipment including a database of 40,000 products with descriptions and contact information.
An overview of agencies serving persons with disabilities including who is eligable, what services these agencies can provide and additional agency resources.
Use this site to access test administration systems, sample tasks, and informational resources.
Learn about assistive technology through online learning modules on a broad range of topics for educators, professionals, families, persons with disabilities, and others.
This module introduces the process of AT assessment including the composition of different types of AT teams, guiding documents and frameworks, and feature-matching.
This module will introduce the reader to a wide variety of tools that can be used to guide the assessment process.
This module will assist educational professionals and IEP team members in considering and determining student need for assistive technology.
Learn to plan for the use of AT devices and services matched to the unique needs of the student, and to implement AT supports ensuring access to a free and appropriate education.
AT equipment for users across the lifespan, loaned for 30 days. Items include daily living aids, environmental control, AT for recreation, and more.
Learn about the law as it relates to AT, how to include AT in the IEP, how to ensure use of AT supports, and how to actively engage family members throughout the process.
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This site offers a selection of resources to support families of children with autism spectrum disorders from the First 100 Day Kit to information on specific topics of concern.
Free, online modules on characteristics, evidence-based practices, and promising practices in ASD. Credit is available for a fee.
The Autism Scholarship allows ODE to pay a scholarship to the parents of a child identified with autism.
The certificate is interdisciplinary and will provide skills and understanding identifying and programming for individuals with ASD.
The Assistive Technology Program is designed to prepare teachers and other professionals to support students by using assistive technology.
Explore this community of resources where over 200,000 board makers come together to share free, symbol-adapted learning activities.
Explore this online library of over 200,000 titles including current-day books, magazines, and newspapers as well as textbooks and journals. Membership is free for those with qualifying disabilities.
BIAOH is a statewide advocacy and education organization established in 1982 to improve services and supports to Ohioans with brain injury and their families, and to promote prevention.
Do you have questions about Charter Schools and their responsibility for serving students with disabilities? See this new resource from the NICHCY.
Highlights from Mary Ulrich's Climbing Every Mountain blog.
AT Ohio maintains a computer refurbishing program that provides donated computers to individuals with disabilities for a nominal fee.
This link is a resource for addressing sibling issues and needed support.
Learn about a software program designed to help students build sentences using whole words, phrases and pictures to illustrate writing, word prediction to help select words and to help understanding.
The revised DSM diagnosis represents a new, more accurate, and medically and scientifically useful way of diagnosing individuals with autism-related disorders.
Links to Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders research and resources.
FIP helps educators develop a thorough understanding of the standards for their students, and they need to know how to teach those skills.
Explore this list of digital resources most of which are free and a few are commercially available.
A list of website resources that can be used to facilitate the AT assessment process.
Computer recycling program in central Ohio.
IDEA guarantees a free and appropriate public education for every child with a disability.
Discover hundreds of pre-made activities for immediate use with the IntelliTools Classroom Suite software.
Books, videotapes, DVDs, and other media on autism spectrum disorders and low-incidence disabilities.
For subjects where traditional assessments are not an option (i.e., art or music) districts or schools should establish a process to create different strategies to measure student progress.
A collection of assessment and feature matching resources for mobile device/apps consideration.
Learn about AIM with resources- for state- and district-level educators, parents, publishers, and others interested parties.
Through these modules, you will be able to identify the purpose and structure of the Ohio Academic Content Standards-Extended (OACS-E).
Assessment tools available for loan to qualified personnel in the OCALI lending library.
View OCALI content on iTunes U.
Explore the more rigorous standards, geared to college and career readiness, will drive learning in Ohio classrooms by 2014-2015.
Navigate the standards that help to ensure that students with significant cognitive disabilities are provided with multiple ways to learn and demonstrate knowledge.
Modules that identify the purpose and structure of the Ohio Academic Content Standards-Extended and provide training to participants wanting to meet the educational needs of their students.
The purpose of this video series prepared by the The Ohio State Bar Foundation is to help parents and youth with special needs understand the court process.
Beginning with the definition of assistive technology and continuing with laws that influence AT implementation, readers will be exposed to the AT field through descriptions of AT devices and services
Gain knowledge on guidelines teams can use to evaluate the effectiveness of AT devices and services that have been provided to a student.
Use these self-evaluation matrices to measure areas of strength and plan for professional development, training, or support in the area of AT.
RedTreehouse.org is Ohio's online resource promoting and supporting the physical, emotional, intellectual and social development of children and young adults, prenatal-25.
Access providers who serve individuals with disabilities in Ohio.
Sibshops are an opportunity for siblings to meet with others who have similar needs.
This fact sheet presents some common questions about adopting a child or youth with special needs and provides resources that will give you detailed answers.
The Complex Care Center at Cincinnati Children's offers resources and information to those interested in becoming a foster parent to a child with special healthcare needs.
Student growth measures are a method for determining how much academic progress students are making by measuring growth between two points in time.
Search over 400 AT products by content area, grade level, IDEA disability category, instructional support categories, or keywords.
Discover Ohio's resource for accessible material needs for students with print disabilities, including students who are blind and visually impaired.
Discover a research institute designed to study the prevalence and use of AT with infants and toddlers.
UDL Book Study Sept 2014