- http://www.makinglearningfun.com/themepages/100DayActivities.htm Organized by different themes and has activities to go with the themes
- http://www.michigan.gov/documents/hal/lm_raccoons_239135_7.pdf Raccoon Book List and ideas for activities
- http://www.bridges4kids.org/IEP/iep.goal.bank.pdf IEP goal bank organized by different skill areas
- http://www.mnsu.edu/comdis/kuster2/therapy/articrx.html Articulation Therapy Ideas
- http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/wordsandpictures/teachers/resources.shtml Activities & Books organizedby CVC, consonant clusters, long vowel sounds
- http://rbeaudoin333.homestead.com/bossy_r_s_1.html Activities targeting /ar/, /or/, /er/, /ir/, /ur
- http://www.stutteringhelp.org/Default.aspx?tabid=131 A variety of brochures about stuttering
- http://www.hubbardscupboard.org/index.html A website for early childhood educators and parents, a variety of different activities
- http://www.thevirtualvine.com/brownbear.html Activities for Brown Bear
- http://www.angelfire.com/nj/speechlanguage/index.html Professional resources for speech and language, general education links, special education links, links to publishers of speech/language materials, idea exchanges, online activities for infants and preschoolers, speech and language online activities
- http://www.abcteach.com/index.html Printable worksheets, activities and abc tools categorized by themes..some require you to have a membership.
- http://www.speechtx.com/index.htm Speech therapy activities (i.e. articulation, language, literacy..)
- http://www.starfall.com/ Educational activities primarily designed for first grade but, also useful for pre-kindergarten, kindergarten and second grade
- http://www.kinderkorner.com/ Everything is organized by different themes with corresponding activities
- http://www.kinderkorner.com/discoverypacks.html Everything is organized by different themes with corresponding activities…More ideas and themes are located at the very bottom of the web page.
- http://www.dltk-teach.com/ Everything organized by themes along with activities
- http://www.mnsu.edu/comdis/kuster2/sptherapy.html Wonderful site a lot of ideas, organized into different categories, all activities are examples of Materials That Can Be Adapted For Therapy.
- http://www.superduperinc.com/Handouts/Handout.aspx Great handouts through SuperDuper that are organized by topics.
- http://www.education.com/activity/all-grades/ and http://www.education.com/worksheets/ Activities and worksheets organized by grades (preschool-high school) and topics (reading, writing, math, science, social studies, games, coloring)
- http://www.msfrancoskindergarten.com/helpful-web-pages.html Helpful websites that are organized by Reading and Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, and Cross-Curricular
- http://jc-schools.net/PPTs-la.html Games and activities through PowerPoint
- http://www.linguisystems.com/ceu_intro.php Earn free Continuing Education hours online through LinguiSystems by downloading the courses from home or work, read at your own pace, take an assessment and then earn a certificate. Also LinguiSystems has free product samples, downloads and so much more.
- http://www.readwritethink.org/index.asp Resources for reading and language arts instruction
- http://www.autismgames.org Games for young children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, video models of games that parents can watch and learn from, and young children can watch and imitate. As well as strategies and tips for making games and play more educational and more fun!
- http://www.mrsjonesroom.com/letter/ch.html Activities to target ‘ch’ sound
- http://speech.jppss.k12.la.us/ Organized by AAC, Articulation, Fluency, Language, Voice Activities, some have corresponding Boardmaker pictures already prepared as well. Also some stories are in the form of a PowerPoint
- http://www.teachervision.fen.com/ Different activities to correspond to various lessons. Some are free and some require you to sign up for a membership
- http://www.region2library.org/ppa.htm Alphabetical list of PowerPoint Presentations for younger and older students. Examples of PowerPoints include: Down by the bay, Counting Bears Book, Big and Little, Twinkle Twinkle, and many more…All of the PowerPoints include lots of colorful pictures and some sounds as well.
- http://www.home-speech-home.com/ Simplified information, speech therapy ideas
- http://www.bingocardcreator.com/ Free trial for creating bingo cards
- http://www.fluencyfriday.org/treatment.html Fluency articles and ideas for therapy
- http://www.kizclub.com/ Learning resources for kids…abcs, phonics, topics, stories, nursery rhymes
- http://www.letteroftheweek.com/sound_th.html Targeting th sound
- http://www.phonics.net.au/ Free worksheets to target all sounds
- http://www.free-phonics-worksheets.com Phonics worksheets
- http://www.marcias-lesson-links.com/OldLady.html An Old Lady that Swallowed a Fly
- http://www.do2learn.com/ Communication cards, games, songs, and printable resources for special needs.
- https://edu.gcfglobal.org/en/topics/everydaylife/ Everyday Life" to target some of those functional goals in speech therapy for older individuals on your caseload. Translation is available too for these resources.
Autism Resources for Families
Sesame Street Autism Resources for Parents
Reduce the Noise: Help Loved Ones with Sensory Overload Enjoy Shopping
CDC Autism Links and Resources
Moving with Special Needs Kids
Operation Autism for Military Families
Home Modifications for Autistic Kids
Temple Grandin's Teaching Tips
Special Thanks to Jasmine from Educator Labs for sharing these resources:
15 Behavior Strategies for Children on the Autism Spectrum
How to Create a Backyard Sanctuary for Kids with Disabilities
For Educators: Strategies for Working With Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder
Helping Asperger’s Teens To Survive and Thrive: 15 Key Steps
Creating a Home Atmosphere of Solitude to Help Cope with Adult Autism
Special Thanks to Christy from Wondermoms.org for sharing these resources:
Renters Rights for People with Disabilities
Guide to Remodeling a Home for Adults with Special Needs
Special Needs Checklist: How Disability-Friendly is Your City?
The 9 Most Hazardous Chemicals for People With Special Needs
Vocational Training for Adults with Special Needs
- Greg and his team from South Bay Residential created a guide for families/households concerned with making their homes wheelchair accessible: https://www.southbayresidential.com/wheelchair-accessible-home-modifications.php
- Sarah from Vast conference shared their blog that covers tips for helping colleagues with disabilities be successful in meetings, including everything from ensuring facilities are ADA compliant to following proper etiquette: https://www.conferencecalling.com/blog/help-colleagues-with-disabilities-in-meetings/
- Kat from WikiBuy created at resource for simplifying online shopping for people with disabilities: https://wikibuy.com/blog/online-shopping-for-consumers-with-disabilities-f45fffeeb5c2
- Victoria from Dealspotr shared a guide for saving money on mobility and accessibility devices and tech in 2018: https://dealspotr.com/article/discounts-on-mobility-and-accessibility-products
- Karli from Siege Media shared this this guide to outfitting your home for a child with a disability. It discusses how to create a space where disabled kids can thrive and covers a variety of disabilities both physical and sensory: https://blog.hireahelper.com/house-modifications-child-disability/
- Julia from CreditCards.com shared this guide that provides travel tips and airport considerations for each type of disability, as well as information on your rights and accommodations as a disabled traveler: https://www.creditcards.com/credit-card-news/fully-accessible-guide-flying-people-disabilities.php
- Kathy shared a resource from Angies List which has some helpful articles for accessibility like this one about making your house wheelchair friendly: https://www.angieslist.com/articles/making-your-home-wheelchair-accessible.htm
- Brigid shared a guide that walks parents of children with special needs through financial planning such as applying for federal benefits, starting a trust, investing in a life insurance policy and more: https://hellobestow.com/blog/financial-planning-for-special-needs-child/