The website for this week aligns perfectly with the following thought for the day: "By operating in ways that encourage others, we ourselves reap the benefits because we are contributing rather than receiving."
Camera Mouse is free software that allows the user to control the mouse pointer on the computer screen through head movements. Anyone can use the software, but the main audience is directed towards individuals who do not have reliable control of their hand, but who can move their head. People with Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA) ,Cerebral Palsy (CP), Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Multiple Sclerosis (MS), and various neurological disorders use this program with other types of computer software.Camera Mouse is user friendly and it does not require a lot of equipment to use the software.
As I reviewed each testimony on the Camera Mouse website it was truly inspiring to see how many individuals have benefited from such a great software. So many doors have been opened to allow individuals with disabilities to have the capability to access the computer without spending any money at all. It is motivating to find sites like these that provide resources to the community.
Be sure to check out this website to view individuals using this software, testimonies, for your free download, or just stop by and see for yourself just how great this software truly is, and do not forget to spread the word about this website.
I hope this website inspired you as much as it inspired me, as well as many others and I hope each of us will go on to inspire others in turn. Special Thanks to the creators of the Camera Mouse software and website!
Behavior Doctor is a website with great strategies/techniques for positive behavior intervention with children. Some of the sections on this website include:
Certificates: downloadable certificates to award children for positive behavior and to use for encouragement and motivation.
Presentations: over 40 different downloadable presentations on topics ranging from: “Classroom Intervention”, “Community Involvement”, “Transitions”, “Positive Behavior Supports for Parents” and many more.
Books: over 10 different downloadable books on topics ranging from: “Autism,” “ADHD,” “IEP for Educators,” “The Media and Disabilities,” and many more.
Forms and Tools: different forms to increase positive behavior
The other sections on this website are Behavior Examples, Training, and there is a Blog Talk Radio. There are so many resources to use on this site and they are all FREE!
Special Thanks to the Creator of this website, Dr. Laura Riffel and all of the contributors to help make this website such a great resource!