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Implementing Peer Supports in the Classroom

This brief chapter excerpt from Peer Support Strategies for Improving All Students' Social Lives and Learning focuses on supporting students with and without disabilities as they work together within the context of peer support arrangements. Read More

Communicative Temptations for Children with Autism

Read this two-page excerpt to learn about a variety of strategies for implementing "communicative temptations" with your child with Autism. These strategies can be used during everyday routines such as meal time, bath time, bedtime, and while getting dressed. Read More

Low – Or No – Tech Assistive Technology Options

Assistive technology doesn't have to be high-tech. Here are 5 great examples of easy-to-use, low-tech or no-tech AT tools that help build children’s communication skills. Adapted from Assistive Technology for Young Children: Creating Inclusive Learning Environments Read More