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Help create a calming environment where your loved one feels secure with these 75 Engaging Sensory Activities for Adults with Disabilities.
Lauren McMahon saved to RISE sensory
101 sensory play activities for kids with autism to help strengthen the brain’s neural pathways by stimulating the 5 senses to facilitate learning!
Chelsey Smith saved to Crafty stuff
Just like you and me, adults with disabilities enjoy the art of crafting. We all feel the profound satisfaction of completing a craft project. We all turn to scrapbooking or coloring pages if we want to relax or keep busy. Although disabled adults face more challenges than others, they should still indulge in the wonders of crafting. After all, crafting is for everyone. If you're a caregiver, teacher, or family member of a disabled adult, crafting is a great way to keep your student or loved…
Jane Wiles saved to Craft ideas
Activity Ideas from the Field Many activities can be implemented using materials that are readily available. It is important to determine which phase of educational treatment the learner is in, and adapt the activity accordingly.We welcome your ideas! Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have something you'd like to share.Ping Pong Ball DropVision teacher
Coleen Strieker saved to Cvi
How are you using task systems in your multiple disability classroom? In this blog post I go over activity rotations that you can incorporate to find independent work that fits for all of your multiple disability students. I include a list of all my special education activities such as bead bars, sensory boards, and swinging bear that are all great ways to involve sound, texture and color. Read through all of my special education ideas on implementing a structured activity rotation here.
Kelley Wiggins saved to Ethan
Do you work with or know an adult with an intellectual disability? In this post, Hendrix Brakefield, gives his best tips for teaching life skills education to adults with intellectual disabilities. You'll find what the life skills are that intellectually disabled adults need, cooking, reading, health and fitness, and more. You'll also find a guide on how you can teach these skills that includes scaffolding and modeling. Be sure to check it out! #intellectualdisabilitylifeskills
Millie Hayden Dougherty saved to Stuff for kids
How to teach non-disabled children about their peers with disabilities: Awesome assortment of resources if you want to teach non-disabled children about their peers with disabilities. Awareness leads to acceptance!
9 Tips for Creating Inclusive Movement Activities - social emotional learning, inclusivity, special needs, disability, disabled
resources, equipment, discounts, leads, scholarships and more, for adults with disabilities (aged 18 and older)
Lorie Vernier saved to Lories favs