Videos: VHS & DVD
- Chariot Races
This is a half-hour film documentary that focuses on the intense journey a person with disabilities must undergo to become truly enabled, with an emphasis upon the role sports and technology in that journey. Buckle up and take a roller-coaster ride through the "anything but paralyzed" life of 25 year-old John Davis, a Paralympic gold medalist and rebel rider of an off-road wheelchair.
- Child Development Media, Inc.
CDM offers an extensive collection of video tapes and training materials that have been professionally previewed, and are targeted for parents, professionals and students alike. Both video tapes and training materials cover a wide range of topics at affordable prices, and they are produced by leading
behavioral specialists at outstanding institutions and programs.
- Come Back Jack
This is an hour long video documentary produced by Jack's dad, chronicles the ups and downs of the Parish’s extraordinary therapeutic journey, which ultimately led them, in July, 1998, to the Language and Cognitive Development Center in Lynnfield, Massachusetts. There – with expert guidance from a dedicated team of special educators – Jack Parish began to emerge from his internal chaos, embracing life and the people who love him.
- Fanlight Productions Disability Videos
A video listing from Fanlight Productions on the following topics: ADA/Accessibility; ADHD/Learning Disabilities; Brain Disorders; Developmental Disabilities/Autism; Disabilities & Parenting;
Physical Disabilities; Performing Arts & Disability; and Speech/Hearing/Vision Loss.
- Films / Movies Involving Disabilities
This site presents a detailed list of
feature films which involve in one way or
another various disabilities. It is
directed towards teachers, students and
anyone who has an interest in how
disability is represented in films.
- Including Samuel
Photojournalist Dan Habib rarely thought about inclusion before he had his son Samuel seven years ago. Now he thinks about inclusion every day. Habib’s documentary film Including Samuel examines the educational and social inclusion of youth with disabilities as a civil rights issue.
- The Inclusion Series
These videos from Comforty Media Concepts contain people with disabilities in real life situations; they capture scenes of inclusion in
action at school, home, work, and play as these naturally unfold.
- Inclusion Videos
These videos from Inclusion Press are not about disability per se, but are about the human condition.
They are relevant for anyone seeking to figure out ways to deal with those we have traditionally excluded.
- IRIS Media
IRIS Media creates educational materials for school staff, special educators and people who have developmental disabilities.
- The Lily Videos
A Longitudinal View of Life with Down Syndrome
- Lucky Duck Videos
Publishes books and videos on a variety of disability-related topics.
- Model Me Kids
Videos demonstrate social skills by modeling peer behavior at school, on a playdate, at a birthday party, on the playground, at a library, restaurant, and more. Children model and narrate each skill. For children with Autism, Asperger Syndrome, PDD-NOS, and Nonverbal Learning Disorder. We strive to make our products affordable so that they are accessible to both families and educators.
- Distributors of Videos on Special Education or Disabilities
The following groups distribute a variety of videos on special education and/or disability topics.
- Captioned Media Program (CPM)
CMP is a federally funded
free-loan program of captioned media for individuals with a hearing
loss, teachers and others who work with this population, and parents.
CMP, administered by the National Association of the Deaf, has over
4,000 open-captioned videos available to eligible clients, has no
registration fees, and pays postage both ways for mailing of products.
- Song of Our Children
The stories of four memorable children — from preschool age to high school — demonstrate the challenges, strategies, and benefits of educational inclusion