The Center for Autism and Related Disabilities at the University of South Florida provides services, information, and resources related to autism spectrum disorders and related disabilities for professionals, educators, and families.
Boardmaker is a complete special education platform that supports education, communication, access and social and emotional needs of more than six million students in 51 countries. At home, at school, or in a clinical practice, Boardmaker drives your student’s success.
The goal was an easy online tool to create specific, customized materials for parents, teachers and therapists. The result is LessonPix ‐ a powerful set of tools. As the parents of a special needs child, their professional lives and talents lent to making this online set of tools to create learning materials, schedules and visual supports for the home, the classroom … anywhere.
We’re not just a company; we’re on a social mission to build a more inclusive world. A world where people who cannot use speech to communicate can fully participate in society. What sets us apart is that we dare to go our own way with a relentless focus on social change and strong personal connections to our user community.
This accessible and inclusive game has been designed to encourage and develop hand-eye coordination and switch timing skills. Auditory prompts and a clear background with bright objects make this an ideal game for children with visual and perceptual difficulties. Choose the easy level and the clown will wait for you to throw! Switch input is accepted from all the currently available switch interfaces.
An opportunity to finger paint without the mess! A fun alternative to help children with special needs and others to practice their first interactions with a touch screen
Explore touch with colour, sounds or music. An opportunity to finger paint without the mess! Finger Paint with Sounds offers a fun alternative to help children with special needs and others to practice their first interactions with a touch screen. Simply choose a colour and draw with music, fun sound effects or no sound at all.
Finger Paint with Sounds offers multi-touch and single-touch options. We suggest that single finger touch is better for some users with special needs as it reinforces finger pointing skills with a purpose rather than encouraging a random whole finger approach (may be difficult to un-learn). Using multi-touch gives a more obvious “cause and effect” activity for some.
Pasco County Student Support Programs and Services
Our mission is to provide expertise and leadership for supporting the academic, social- emotional, physical and behavioral development of all students within an integrated multi-tiered system of support that meets the needs of a full range of learners.