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Resources & Handouts from the All Born (In) Conference

Handouts from Dr. Richard Villa's Sessions

Power Point Downloads from Ricki Sabia's Presentation

Handouts from Melissa Glover's Presentation

Handouts from Presentation: Therapeutic and Fun Activities in The Natural Environment

Handouts from Sharon Lewis' Keynote Presentation

Handouts from Caroline Musselwhite's Keynote Presentation

Handouts from Michael Callahan's Keynote Presentation

Handouts from the OTAC Behavior Presentation

Handouts from Patti McVay's Presentation: Blank forms to print and copy

Handouts from Joy Zabala's Presentation on Universal Design for Learning

Handouts from Michael Bailey's Presentation on Individual Education Plans

Handouts from Tracey Hall's Presentation

Resources from Kathie Snow

Handouts from Ann Donaca-Sullivan's Presentation

Adaptive Technology Resources

Classroom Inclusion Quick Tips Sheets

Accessible Instructional Materials Resources

Disability Rights Oregon Resources

Behavior Resources

Articles & Papers

Other Factsheets, Checklists, Etc

Other Useful Websites

  • compiled by Kids Together Inc

  • A special education law and advocacy repository for parents, educators, advocates, and attorneys; accurate, reliable information about special education law, education law, and advocacy for children with disabilities.

  • The Center for Applied Special Technology (CAST) is a nonprofit leader in education, working to improve learning opportunities and outcomes for all individuals through Universal Design for Learning.

  • Disability is Natural is a great source of articles, blog posts and information about new ways of thinking about developmental disability, inclusive education and Kathie Snow’s People First Language.

  • PEAK provides training, information and technical assistance to equip families of children birth through twenty-six including all disability conditions with strategies to advocate successfully for their children

  • The TA Center on Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports has been established by the Office of Special Education Programs to give schools capacity-building information and technical assistance for identifying, adapting, and sustaining effective school-wide disciplinary practices

  • Practical materials and resources for schools and districts building Positive Behavior Support systems

Please visit the Website Resource Page on Kathie Snow's website "Disability is Natural" for an extensive list of websites ranging in topic from education to employment to travel and more.

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