The Time Timer is a patented visual timer that uses a disappearing colored disk to display the passage of time. For over 25 years, it has been a proven solution backed by experts and is used in classrooms, homes, and workplaces of children and adults. It assists individuals whom have difficulty anticipating transitions or staying focused and on-task. Research demonstrates that Time Timer is an extremely effective aid in teaching time awareness for children diagnosed with ADD/ADHD, Autism and a wide variety of other learning disabilities.
Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a developmental disability that may cause social, communication, or behavioral challenges.
The degree to which students with ASD experience any of these challenges varies, leading to the use of the term “spectrum.” The learning, thinking, and problem-solving abilities of people with ASD can range from gifted to severely challenged. ASD does not necessarily affect a student’s thinking, learning, or problem-solving, or a student’s physical appearance.
The Centers for Disease Control estimates that approximately 1 in 54 children have been identified with ASD.
Cutting-edge technology designed to meet the needs of learners with autism and IDD in the classroom setting. CentralReach’s solutions help to transform special education programs to measurably drive student outcomes across the entire PreK-12 journey. Our purpose-built solutions are designed to support the lifelong journey of individuals with autism and IDD care – at home, school, and in the community. Intuitive technology-based solutions equip educators with the tools and insights needed to measurably improve student outcomes and live more independent lives. Let's learn a bit more about each
Messiah University's Graduate Program in Education is designed to develop effective and compassionate educators who are ready to work with students, their families and other educational professionals. Our program is grounded in Christian faith and values, and we believe that all students deserve a quality education. Faculty are experienced educators and accomplished scholars who encourage and mentor students in their faith and career.
The majority of Messiah University’s courses are online, so you are free to pursue your career and degree at the same time. Graduate program applications are
The Stepping Stones Group is transforming solutions for school districts nationwide!
We have a proven record of success in delivering special education services, both in-person and virtually. Whether your district needs short-term or full-time personnel, we provide professionals who are licensed, certified, trained, and ready to assist.
- Speech-Language Pathologists
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TFH designs and manufactures fun products that help overcome the obstacles that prevent people with special needs from accessing the awesome power of play.
We started with our signature Full Support Swing Seat in 1983 and we have evolved into the premiere supplier of sensory products for schools, therapy centers, daycares, developmental centers, group homes, rehabilitation centers, nursing homes, veteran's centers, hospitals, private residence, universities, corporate wellness programs, churches, respite care centers, airports, entertainment venues, and many more throughout the United
The University of North Carolina TEACCH® Autism Program creates and disseminates community-based services, training programs, and research to enhance the quality of life for individuals with autism and their families across the lifespan. The TEACCH® Autism Program was founded by Dr. Eric Schopler in 1972 and is a model for other programs around the world.
TEACCH has seven regional centers across North Carolina and the Carolina Living and Learning Center (CLLC) in Pittsboro, an integrated vocational and residential program for adults with autism. Clinical services are offered to residents of
Applied behavior analysis (ABA) and special education are important and rewarding career paths. Ball State University has prepared thousands of students throughout the years for careers in these disciplines, in and out of the education industry. Students can gain employment in several areas with the 100 percent online degrees and certificates the University offers.
Ball State is known nationally as an ABA hub. Our bachelor’s and master’s degrees in ABA with an emphasis in autism prepare students for the Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) and Board Certified Behavior Analyst