Learn about supports for the more than 60 percent of individuals with disabilities impacted by bullying. These supports are for their families, their peers, and those who educate them.
Learn about FASD, an umbrella term describing the range of effects that can occur in an individual whose mother drank alcohol during pregnancy.
This section includes suggested factors to consider when assessing students with disabilities using alternate assessments.
Learn about the different types of hearing impairments and get links to specialized service providers.
Learn about spina bifida, get tips for parents and teachers, and more.
Learn about the different types of visual impairments and get links to specialized service providers.
Now available online: OACS-E for the 2012-2013 school year
Developed in an effort to connect and integrate college students with disabilities as a virtual community with a voice on important issues.
In this webcast, a story involving a newly hired kindergarten teacher faced with challenging classroom behaviors will be shared.
In this webcast, you will listen to Sarah, a young woman with an alcohol related birth defect share her life story.
In this webcast, information related to Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) will be provided.
How will you support all students' individual dreams?
In this FASD webcast, educators will learn the types of behaviors that often are associated with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders and be provided with environmental strategies.
The student in this video clip is identified with TBI and his disorganization is a symptom of his TBI.
These students have been identified with TBI and their slow processing is a common symptom of TBI.
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.
IDEA guarantees a free and appropriate public education for every child with a disability.
Borrow books, videotapes, DVDs, and other media on autism spectrum disorders and low-incidence disabilities from OCALI's online lending library. Resources shipped to Ohioans at no cost.
The nation's premier conference in: Autism, Assistive Technology and Low-Incidence Disabilities. November 18-20, 2015
Learn about students with complex needs and the challenges that accompany the education of students with significant cognitive disabilities.
Learn to build dispositions to addresses the challenges that accompany the education of students with intensive disabilities.
Develop appropriate lesson plans, design environments, and learn about curriculum access for students with intensive disabilities.
Explore assistive technology and other instructional tools to help students with intensive disabilities get the most out of instruction.
Learn great program features that impact learning and life for students with intense disabilities.
Gain knowledge in this 11-part video series on understanding and addressing the challenging behaviors of individuals with complex disabilities.
Learn how to define a specific challenging behavior and a process to look comprehensively at what driving the behavior.
Explore the final steps in developing the behavior plan.
Learn about the Strategy, Assessment, and Revision Tool (SART). This tool matches interventions with the strengths and characteristics of the individual with complex needs.
Discover the importance of data analysis when making decisions to address challenging behavior.
Discover underlying challenges that can effect behavior, issues that you might not be able to see on the surface, but drive what you see as a behavior challenge.
Explore antecedents in detail identifying setting events and things that might trigger a challenging behavior.
Explore the impact of reinforcing consequences have on the identified behavior.
Learn the why or the function of the behavior.
Discover student strengths, skills, talents, and interests and how they can be used to address challenging behavior.
Explore skills that a student might be missing which might have an impact on why the student is engaging in challenging behavior.
Identify replacement and related skills for the challenging behavior.
Gain perspective and raise your expectations for the individuals with unique and complex challenges. Imagine the possibilities, and change your point of view.
Browse through and follow along with the Addressing Challenging Behavior video series.