Find Toys, Apps for Differently-Abled Children! The Free 2015 Toys"R"Us Catalog Is Out

Toys in this annual guide promote skill building, socialization, and inclusion. Don't miss the App Guide for young learners.

'#HeyAAC' Uses Humor to Convey Smart Ideas in AT, Language, Communication for 2015-16

Check out the wisdom for students who access their curriculum and socialize using assistive communication devices.

When Hashtags Collide: Advocates for Asbestos, Dyslexia Lay Claim to #READAct on Social Media

Which important topic will be associated with #READact—asbestos awareness or dyslexia research?

"Here's Hank," Read This Book Series About A Young Hank Zipzer Before His Dyslexia Diagnosis

Children with learning and attention issues need to read about book characters like themselves. Meet Hank!

Accessible Books Are Necessary, Legal, Free to Eligible Students with Print Disabilities

Struggling students whose education teams find them eligible due to print disabilities can have free learning materials in hand.

Uncover Free/Low Cost Online Professional Development Modules for AT, SPED, STEM, More

Want a high quality affordable resource to build SPED knowledge? George Mason U's EduTool4U is a learning opportunity for all.

Decoding Dyslexia Virginia Plans 5K Run for Dyslexia Awareness Month in October 2015

Students with dyslexia and other eligible students can learn with alternatives to books in print at no cost to families or schools.

National Book Festival 2015: Greet 39 Top Authors with Accessible Formats for Struggling Readers

39 children's, teen, and picture book authors with accessible text are coming to the Library of Congress 2015 National Book Fair

Audiobooks Recorded by Screen Actors Guild Volunteers Widen Accessible Book Choices

Through the Acted Community, Learning Ally offers books that are recorded by professional voice artists.

Celebrity Dog Sighting: Here Is Rocket, The Inspiration for Print And Accessible Books

Books that are converted to accessible versions open the doors to literacy for the widest possible audience.

June Behrmann

June Behrmann is an education writer-blogger. She’s a longtime SPED teacher who retired for about two seconds, and is now prospecting for accessible instructional resources.

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