All Dental Schools to Train Students to Manage Treatment of People with Intellectual, Developmental Disabilities
Previously, patients with ID/DD were largely unable to obtain dental care treatment because dental students were simply not required to learn to manage their treatment.
Interested in Becoming a Special Education Teacher? Here are the Best Online Special Education Bachelor's Degrees
Education degrees are not always designed for teaching special needs children. Check out these specialty programs.
Seniors and Retirees Are Returning To College – Here's How You Can Too
It's never too late to further your education. Here's what seniors need to know...
Online K-12 Course Trains Schools About Food Allergies and Anaphylaxis
Do you have a child with food allergies? Ask his/her school to take this life-saving training course.
Smart Ways to Keep Kids with Disabilities Off the “Summer Slide”
Seasonal brain drain is a reality, and children with special needs are especially at risk. Don’t let summer vacation drown out educational gains.
TEACHER VOICE: Larry had Down syndrome and Alzheimer’s — and he taught me the most important lesson of my life
Including developmentally disabled students in the classroom and beyond.
What Parents Need to Know about Learning Disabilities and ADHD
Here's what you need to know about learning disorders before the new school year begins.
Former Florida Senator Continues to Impact Education for Students with Unique Abilities
The disability-related efforts spearheaded by Former Senator Andy Gardiner continue to impact families well beyond his term.
UCP of Central Florida Teaches Beyond Classroom Curriculum
A nonprofit charter school and therapy center serving more than 3,000 children across seven Orlando area campuses. UCP aims to “unlock the potential” of children with autism, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, spina bifida and various developmental challenges
School Nursing Policy in Question After Needs of Student with Disability Not Met
A Florida family is advocating to change conflicting school policies.
Twice Exceptional, Doubly Disadvantaged? How Schools Struggle To Serve Gifted Students with Disabilities
Parents say it’s often impossible to find schools to educate bright kids who have disabilities. Now some are fighting to change that.
Tech Opportunities for All - Learn the Skills Today and Reap the Benefits in a Matter of Months
In today’s day and age, technology is where you can learn skills in as little as three months and come out with a job that pays more than most professions that require a bachelor's degree.
The nonPareil Institute is Serving Adults with Autism
Plenty of programs and resources exist for children on the autism spectrum. But what happens when they grow up?
7 Health & Wellness Self Management Programs for People with Disabilities
Through a self-management education (SME) program, you can do the things you want to do and live a healthier life.
Museum of disAbility History: An Inclusive Space of the Past, Present and Future
The Museum of disABILITY History is dedicated to preserving and recounting the trials and triumphs of disability rights and persons with disabilities.
BAM! Edible Education Takes Root with Student Gardening
Education can bloom with student gardening.
Picture This....LessonPix Offers Visual Classroom and In-Home Support Materials
LessonPix, an online tool for educators, therapists and parents to create visual support materials.
Learning Disabilities Association of America Celebrates 55 Trailblazing Years
LDA, whose mission is to create opportunities for success for all individuals affected by learning disabilities and to reduce the incidence of learning disabilities among future generations.
Experts Weigh In: Lessons on Self-Advocacy & Personalized Learning
Self-advocacy skills allow students to advocate and communicate their rights and needs.