Web Resources for SMA:
Abilities Expo Resources
Spinal Muscular Atrophy
National Human Geneome Research Institute
Web Resources (You may also want to review the other resources from the last few blogs):
1. Glenda's Assistive Technology Information and more...
Glenda Hampton Anderson brings the experience of working with students with special needs for over 30 years. You will find her artcile on AAC Resources very helpful.
2. Teaching Learners with Multiple Special Needs
Resources and ideas for teachers of learners with severe, profound, intensive, significant, complex or multiple special needs. This article talks about Video Modeling, an evidence based practice in special education.
3. Jane Farrall's Blog
Jane is a speech pathologist and special educator with over 20 years of experience in the disability and assistive technology field. On her blog you will find useful information about literacy, AAC and Assistive Technology.
4. PrAACtical AAC
PrAACtical AAC was started by two professors of speech-language pathology, Robin Parker and Carole Zangari. The website provides AAC information for practitioners, SLP graduate students, and families. Scroll down to the Tags on the right side to quickly locate the topic you are looking for.
5. AssistiveWare’s AAC-related resources
Our FAQs provide information about questions like "Will AAC keep my child from talking?", and offer resources on a variety of topics such as core vocabulary, scanning and different diagnoses.
6. RJ Cooper & Associates Products for persons with special needs, including special software and hardware adaptations for persons with very special needs, plus the world famous CooperCar.
7. Apple Technology - Built-In Solutions Many Apple products, including the Mac, iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Apple TV come with assistive technologies, so students everywhere can compensate for learning differences using today’s resources and tools.
Other Web Resources:
AT Resource Round-UP
15 AT Resources for Students
AT for Kids
MAC accessibility features
Council for Exceptional Children
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