From Sarah Clutterbuck
This company offers vocational, special education, transitional, and lifeskill educational materials.
This website created to help parents make or purchase learning materials for their children with special needs.
This website allows educators to post and seek interactive Internet projects for children of all abilities. It is monitored for quality and appropriateness.
From the Institute for the Study of Developmental Disabilities at the University Affiliated Program of Indiana.
This is a small independent press striving to produce readable, accessible, user-friendly books and resources about full inclusion in school, work, and community.
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.
These brochures from the Institute of Community Integration (ICI) are available for purchase.
These curricula from the Institute of Community Integration (ICI) are available for purchase.
From the Axis Disability Rights
These resources guides from the Institute of Community Integration (ICI) are available for purchase.
From the Renaissance Group
This website from the Renaissance Group, a consortium of 21 universities, was created to improve the education of teachers on member campuses and to facilitate efforts to reform teacher education nationally. The website answers some of the most frequently asked questions on inclusion for teachers in inclusive classrooms.
This is a Foreign Language Teacher's Guide to (Learning) Disabilities.
From LD OnLine
This small independent publishing company specializing in various types of special education materials.
Links to information on specific conditions, disorders, syndromes, and other special education topics.
This company offers Spanish, English and Sign Language Instructional Videos.
This company offers exciting, new learning videotapes and educational materials for children (even teens) with learning disabilities, created by parents of a boy with autism.
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