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    An overnight literacy camp for individuals with significant disabilities and Level II course for adults who have completed a one-week intensive literacy course with David Koppenhaver and Karen Erickson.
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Alberta Summer 2015 Course on Supporting Literacy for Students with Low Incidence Disab... - 0 views

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    Monica's reflections on literacy instruction for students with low incidence disabilities.
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http://dlmpd.com - 1 views

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    The math, language, communication, reading, and writing online modules created by the Center for Literacy and Disability Studies for teachers of children with the most significant intellectual disabilities.
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Camp ALEC - 0 views

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    Literacy camp for kids who use augmentative and alternative communication and the professionals who are interested in supporting their literacy learning.
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http://myemail.constantcontact.com/February-Camp-Connection.html?soid=1110322785188&aid... - 0 views

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    Scroll down to "Giving is Good" to see pictures of past True Friends Literacy Camp participants. And to read the good news that the MN Timberwolves Read-to-Achieve donated $5,000 to Camp True Friends Literacy Camp to support camper scholarships. Barb Wollak got to accept the check and HIGH five the Timberwolves players.
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Unique camp designed for kids with disabilities | WOODTV.com - 0 views

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    Camp ALEC 2015 in the news. Literacy and AAC camp in Grand Rapids, MI. Aug. 13-20, 2016 is the next.
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Dynamic Learning Maps™ Educational Materials - 0 views

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    Videos, notes, all sorts of instructional guidance for teachers wishing to teach children with significant disabilities to read, write, and do math.
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    Great resource for teachers of children with significant disabilities.
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Camp ALEC | AAC Literacy Education Communication - 2 views

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    Camp ALEC blog. Worth checking out for info about the literacy/AAC camp, about the Alec G. Cunningham Foundation, and more. Dates already announced for August 2016. Amazing experience for all.
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Special education: Disabled students face dangerous discipline in Minnesota | StarTribu... - 0 views

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    Important report on why communication and thoughtful engagement, and not standardized disciplinary responses, ought to be more seriously considered. And why teachers are to be more fully supported in problem-solving complex kids. We had Gary in literacy camp one year--lovely kid with a warm heart. Took a girl with Down syndrome to the camp dance, looked out for others, did great with Co:Writer and Write:OutLoud.
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TOO LATE TO LEARN TO READ AND WRITE?  Really?! - 0 views

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    Blog entry at Dave Koppenhaver's literacy and disability website about struggling readers and writers.
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voices4all | A blog documenting the journey of a mom and speech-language pathologist on... - 0 views

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    Marvellous blog by mother, who is also SLP, about her son who uses AAC. Language, literacy, learning, and independence focus.
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Home - Willans Hill School - 0 views

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    Special school in Australia that does 4 Blocks instruction with students who have complex needs.
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one-on-one literacy tutoring - GiGis Playhouse - Down Syndrome Achievement Centers - 0 views

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    Program for children with Down syndrome. Fairly traditional approach but they care about kids.
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Home | Angelman AAC - 1 views

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    Discussion board for Angelman communication, literacy, technology.
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Country Music Legend Dolly Parton's "Book Lady" on PBS NewsHour - 0 views

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    I wonder how many kids with disabilities receive a book a month from birth to age 5? If you took Tar Heel Reader, http://tarheelreader.org/, books, printed them, put a simple cover on them, and a template in front, "This book belongs to _____," you could accomplish that with the millions this project requires.
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Amazon.com: Reizen RL-350 Braille Labeler - 0 views

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    You can now add Braille to your print materials easily and cheaply -- $29.95. Great way to adapt print input for kids with multiple disabilities. If you've taken our course, remember the "junk Braille" conversation?
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Tar Heel Reader books - Dropbox - 2 views

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    Erin Sheldon, mother of child with Angelman syndrome, posted an open Dropbox folder of PowerPoint downloads of books her daughter likes. Nice resource if you want easy access and ability to print quickly.
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