Watch the video to hear Jeanne and her son Francis’ story:
Voice output devices ae a great option for children who struggle with verbally expressing themselves. This video provides an overview of how a voice output device helped a child named Libby progress:
Assistive technology can help children with everyday tasks. This video illustrates how assistive technology helped Samantha eat independently.
Learn about the special education process and your role as a parent in this process.
Watch this video to learn more about the Maryland Assistive Technology Network (MATN). Continue Reading Video: The Maryland Assistive Technology Network (MATN)
Service delivery models refer to the framework for the delivery of special education services. For example, services may be direct or indirect. Continue Reading What are Service Delivery Models?
One way a child’s teacher can help families feel more at ease and make the first IEP meeting as successful as possible is to provide families with a handout that defines IEP terminology and acronyms. Continue Reading Defining IEP Terminology: A Handout for Families
This DIY activity allows educators to explore CAST’s UDL Guidelines through an easily assembled wheel. Simply print the PDF, cut out both layers of the template, and attach as shown with a round safety pin. Continue Reading UDL DIY Activity
If you wish to request an evaluation for your child, you must send a written request to the child’s principal or local special education administrator. If you need assistance writing a request for evaluation for your child, Maryland Learning Links has drafted a template for your reference. Continue Reading Requesting an Evaluation for Special Education Services for Your Child