December 27 2013 Children with Special Needs Newsletter
Accessible Designs for Schools
The most popular designs for public schools may already be outdated while school districts are promoting buildings that have few if any elements of universal design. They rarely consider the need for accessibility by those with mobility challenges who work, volunteer or are educated in schools.
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Managing Emergencies at School
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Back to School with Diabetes
School Bus Rides
Teaching Reading to Teens and Young Adults
Reading and Literacy Skill Development
Signing, Reading and Spelling for Communication
Teaching Handwriting to Children
Printing, Cursive Writing, Childhood Disabilities
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