As they enter the world of special needs education, many people are struck by how much they don’t know. And when you don’t know what you don’t know, it’s hard to know where to go for help. We’ve compiled some very helpful resources from around the web to fill in some of those blanks for you, and give you some ideas to try, yourself.
Help with AcronymsAny new field—from education to the workplace—will have its own acronyms and post-nominal initials for professionals—those strings of letters following peoples’ names on business cards and letterheads. What do they all mean?
Goal Bank ResourcesIEPs include information that helps quantify and try to address your child’s hurdles to education. Here are some resources to help you create meaningful goals for your child’s IEP.
Other ResourcesAs awareness of autism grows, there’s also an increasing number of products and services to help your family along the journey. We’ve compiled a list of companies and resources we’ve found to be especially helpful. Here they are, loosely grouped by category. Let us know your favorites, and why you like them!