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Disabilities

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Hearing (34)
Mobility And Physical (1)
Psychological/Emotional (1)
Visual (4)

Resources
Screenshot for National Science Teaching Association: Science for Students with Disabilities
This website, made available by the National Science Teaching Association (NSTA), provides "strategies and resources for making science accessible for all students, including those with disabilities." The resources on this page are organized into the following topics: Physical Disabilities, Cognitive Disabilities, and General. Each category is...
Screenshot for VA Rehabilitation and Prosthetic Services
The website provides information about the United States Department of Veteran Affairs Rehabilitation and Prosthetic Services. Rehabilitation and Prosthetic Services "is committed to providing the highest quality, comprehensive, interdisciplinary care; the most advanced medical devices and products that are commercially available; and, promoting...
Screenshot for Accessibility Trivia
This accessibility trivia game was created by Teach Access, in honor of Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD). Game directions and links to all game documents are included. The game includes the following six rounds: Disability History & Facts, Notable Figures with Disabilities, Disability and the Media, Digital Accessibility, Advancing...
Screenshot for Teaching Accessibility: Fundamental Concepts & Skills
This resource was created by Teach Access and includes fundamental concepts and skills that are necessary for understanding and implementing inclusive design and for developing technology for people with disabilities. "The document was prepared at the request of numerous faculty, to guide the infusion of these topics into mainstream courses in...
Screenshot for The Accessible Toolbox- Teaching Statistics in Psychology to Students with Disabilities
This resource kit, created by Mount Holyoke College, provides various tools for teaching statistics in psychology to students with disabilities, including visual impairments, learning disabilities, neurodiversity and math related anxiety. In addition to articles, research, and interviews with students, the site also includes teaching tools and...
Screenshot for Job Seekers with Disabilities
This RespectAbility webpage provides information, resources, and websites that may help people with disabilities find a job. This webpage offers a resource guide titled People with Disabilities Work and the Finding a Job as a Person With a Disability in Los Angeles Toolkit. The resource guide and toolkit are provided in HTML, PDF, and Word document...
Screenshot for Disability Etiquette – A Starting Guide
This disability etiquette guide provides general tips for working with individuals with disabilities. These tips cover general do's and don'ts, and mobility, blind or low vision, deaf or hard of hearing, speech, and non-apparent disabilities.
Screenshot for Disability Etiquette
This booklet from the United Spinal Association provides tips for interacting more effectively with people who have disabilities. The booklet includes basic, terminology, and disability specific tips. Examples of basic tips include ask before you help, be sensitive about physical contact, and think before you speak. Some examples of terminology...
Screenshot for The 411 on Disability Disclosure
This workbook, from the National Collaborative on Workforce and Disability for Youth (NCWD/Youth), is intended for those wanting to learn more about disability disclosure and are interested in supporting youth with disabilities. "Each unit contains a general statement of purpose, useful terminology, a discussion section, and activities to allow you...
Screenshot for Canadian Council on Rehabilitation and Work: Children's Books on Inclusion
Recognizing the need for more children's books that emphasize inclusion, the Canadian Council on Rehabilitation and Work, a nonprofit organization supporting persons with disabilities, created six open-access options. The books are available in English, French, American Sign Language (ASL), and Quebec Sign Language (LSQ) (note that braille copies...
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