Below are several useful resources and websites to help learn more about assistive technology, down syndrome, challenging behavior, and more.
We’ve compiled a list of useful resources and websites for you to help learn more about assistive technology, down syndrome, challenging behavior, and more.
Create-able Learning Concepts
Products to help children with cutting and copying skills, developed by a local occupational therapist:
Assistive Technology for people with a disability who find operating a computer difficult, maybe even impossible. This web site will direct you to adaptive equipment and alternative methods available for accessing computers:
A computer based technique available at Rehab Dynamics which improves motor planning, sequencing, and timing:
The official website for Therapeutic Listening:
Positive Behavior Supports for Challenging Behavior
The Center for Evidence-Based Practice’s web site about positive behavior supports:
Excellent web site for parents of children with Down Syndrome:
Children’s Disabilities Information
Articles, resources, message boards, etc. for families with children with disabilities:
Many useful resources on sensory integration, adoption, premature babies, and parenting: