What folks are using with their Multi-Handicapped Children
IEP Individual Education Planning For The Handicapped Student By Deborah Mills
IEP's are now easy! You can create a professional looking IEP specific to the special needs of your child with this easy to use fill-in- the-blank IEP format for all ages, grades and skill levels. It includes a Chronological Age-Appropriate Activities listing organized by life-space domains that offers a non-exhaustive menu of ideas from which to draw. Learn more about the IEP planner
Helps for Special Education Teachers Special Education committee Christian Light Publications
Comb Binding - manual 1998 A Mennonite publication for teachers of special needs children. Christian perspective. Getting started, language skills, perceptual skills, cognitive skills, motor skills, math, articulation. A good resource for families putting together their own IEP.
The Great Plains Laboratory
P.O. Box 639
Wauconda, IL 60084-0639
Solutions for students with disabilities
The BRIGANCE Diagnostic Inventories - Comprehensive Inventory of Basic Skills Revised
also available from:
1 (800) 225 0248 Brigance Inventories
20102 Woodbine Ave.
Castro Valley, CA 94546 (510) 582-4859
Curriculum for the visually impaired, blind
P.O. Box 3218 Redmond, WA 98073-3218
Educational print and software catalog
Special education, early learning, basic skills.
Joe and Sue Kotlinski
P.O. Box 4088
Dearborn, MI 48126-4088 (313) 581-8436
Uses video tapes and audio cassettes to present the 26 letters of the alphabet plus many words.
North 800 East Logan, UT 84321
(435) 752-9533 Materials and programs for infants, toddlers and preschool level children with disabilities. Home based programming
6510 Bells Mills Rd.
Bethesda, MD 20817 301-897-3570
Has a good selection of special needs books.
Crestwood Co. (414) 352-5678
55 Academic Court
San Antonio, TX 78204-2498
P.O. Box 26
Youngtown, AZ 85363 (602) 974-4560
Speech/Language Pathology, Special Education
Pro Ed Speech, Language and Hearing resources
Functional Speech and Language Materials for Infant through Elderly Clients.
(800) 888 8834
Creative Speech and Language Materials
1965 Twenty-Fifth Avenue
ero Beach, FL 32960
61-770-0006 International Fax
Contact: Jan Jarrell Binney
Computer Software - Instructional, Publishers/Publications, Gifts, Articulation Practice Mtrls., Bilingual Mtrls., Cognitive Rehab., Lang. Practice, Stuttering, Swallowing & Voice/Resonance Mtrls.
Augmentative Communication Products
.O. Box 1579
a Beach, CA 92075
19) 550-0084 www.mayer-johnson.com
24843 Del Prado #283
Dana Point, CA 92629
-800-RJ Cooper 949-661-6904
Computer resources for disabled children
Help your child communicate with the Stages Learning Materials ---Full-color, photographic flash cards that have been professionally designed to teach children with autism. Call Stages Learning Materials to order or for your free color brochure: Toll-Free (888) 501-8880.
Call for a special needs catalogue.
1081 Tenth Ave. S.E.
apolis, MN 55414-1312
Creative Solutions for Teaching Students with Severe Disabilities
Sammon's Preston Pediatrics special needs products for schools and clinics. 1-800-323-5547
Enabling Devices Toys for Special Children - www.enablingdevices.com 914-478-7030
Specializing in products for the visually and hearing impaired. Great low prices!
Excellent OT, PT resource
1 (800) 266 8856 www.snswwide.com
Resource for OT, PT, and other therapists M.O.V.E. International
A program enabling children to develop functional ambulatory and motor skills needed for adult life.
Gait trainers and other equipment for severely disabled children.
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