March is Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month

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Sharon, a member of the Developmental Disabilities Council for nine years, says that her work on the Council has helped her learn about all the possibilities and positive things in the disability world.

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Scholarship Program 2017

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2017 Scholarship Program for blind high school seniors through grad school students. Program offered by the National Federation of the Blind.

MATN Fall Webinar Series

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A new three-part webinar series focusing on Mathematics Instruction, Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and Assistive Technology (AT).

TAP-IT Podcasts

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TAP-IT Overview/Introduction As accountability shifts from compliance to results, we need to ask ourselves:  “What do we need to do differently to ensure an increase in student learning?” In many cases, the answer to that question is: “We have to make changes to instructional delivery.” However, for instructional changes to occur with fidelity, we need […]

Decoding Dyslexia Maryland

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Decoding Dyslexia Maryland is a grassroots movement driven by Maryland families concerned with the limited access to educational interventions for dyslexia and other language-based learning disabilities within our public and non-public schools.

Routines-Based Model: Parent Failings Don’t Exist; Only Professional Ones

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By: Robin McWilliams Readers will scoff at the idea that adult family members with whom we work have no faults. I agree that most humans—in fact, those I appreciate the most—are flawed. But this way of thinking about parents—that they don’t have failings—the failings are ours—is a helpful one in early intervention for children with […]

Early Learning

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Children’s early years are full of excitement and change, as they start developing and learning from the very moment they are born. This is just as true for children with developmental delays and disabilities as it is for their more typically developing peers. Over the past decade, advances in brain research have provided great insight […]