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Featured Partner Solutions

 
Ball State Online
Ball State University online graduate programs in applied behavior analysis and special education.
Topics:
Autism
 
Collaborative Learning Solutions
Collaborative Learning Solutions is an educational consulting firm that works with K-12 school districts/sites/local education agencies around the country to provide school climate and systems improvement solutions. They are committed to challenging the status quo in education and interrupting outcomes for marginalized youth. The company is celebrating a decade of helping schools improve student success and outcomes. Their core services include consultation, coaching, program evaluation, development and integration, professional learning, and innovative curriculum solutions. They specialize in tiered systems of support, root cause analysis, significant disproportionality, equity, restorative practices, social and emotional learning, trauma, and more!
Topics:
Disproportionality
Multi-Tiered Systems of Support
 
DotCom Therapy
Personalized, dedicated, online care for speech therapy, occupational therapy, mental health counseling, and school psychology.
Topics:
Individualized Education Programs (IEPs)
Mental Health
 
Failure Free Reading
The research is clear: no one reading intervention works for all students - especially for chronic non-responders. Chronic non-responders are students who: have not shown even marginal progress, fall further behind, have pronounced reading comprehension failure and are not giving teachers an adequate return on their instructional investment. Many are students with autism, intellectual disabilities, behavior handicaps, deaf and/or specific learning disabilities. Fortunately, these students can do faster, higher and more when we use the instructional materials necessary for their success. It really is possible to have them read smoothly with expression and full comprehension commensurate to their cognitive ability.
Topics:
Independency/Life Skills
Learning Disabilities
 
Next Level Speech Therapy, P.C.
SLP staffing made simple. When there are no direct SLP hires available, you may feel apprehensive about using a staffing agency. Next Level Speech Therapy can help because we’re SLPs ourselves, and provide exceptional, fully licensed and vetted candidates for in-person or teletherapy services. We take the stress out of filling your position. You’ll get an SLP that fits seamlessly into your team and your students will get the services they deserve.
Topics:
Individualized Education Programs (IEPs)
Remote Learning
 
ReadySign
ReadySign is cloud-based electronic signature software that’s known for its ease-of-use and convenient pricing model for unlimited signatures and documents. Schools and districts across the country are using ReadySign to get IEPs, consent forms, invoices, contracts, and more electronically signed in minutes. With ReadySign, educators and administrators can spend less time chasing signatures by enabling parents, guardians, students, and faculty to conveniently complete documents online from any device. Documents can be tracked throughout the signing process for better visibility, and automated reminders notify recipients of incomplete documents so you don’t have to.
Topics:
Compliance and Ethics
Individualized Education Programs (IEPs)
 
AFLSonline
The Assessment of Functional Living Skills (AFLS) is online in an easy to use, cloud-based, secure, digital platform. Over 1900 skills in 6 different assessment protocols so you can make the perfect assessment for your learner. ADLs, social skills, relationships, technology, transportation, functional language, and so much more. Easy to assess, easy to interpret results, auto-recommended skills to teach, report generator, and much more. Ages 6-90. Can be used by teachers, parents, SLPs, OTs, BCBAs, and psychologists. Skills range from very basic to very advanced. Settings include Home, Community, School, Vocational, Transitions, and life after school.
Topics:
Autism
Independency/Life Skills
 
American Printing House for the Blind (APH)
More than 160 years of life-changing innovations. Since 1858, The American Printing House for the Blind has operated in Louisville, Kentucky as the world’s largest nonprofit organization, empowering people who are blind or visually impaired by providing accessible and innovative products, materials, and services for lifelong success. Our vision is for an accessible world, with opportunity for everyone.
Topics:
Assistive Technology
Blindness/Deafblindness
 
AmeriCorps NCCC
Connect your students with AmeriCorps' personal and professional development opportunities. AmeriCorps NCCC is a full-time service program that covers lodging and travel expenses, allowing young adults to serve on a team and make an impact in communities across the country while gaining valuable leadership skills. Our mission is to strengthen communities and develop leaders through team-based national and community service. All who serve receive several benefits including housing, meals, travel, a modest living allowance, health benefits, and an education award of approximately $6,000 upon successful completion of the program.
Topics:
Career Readiness
Independency/Life Skills
 
Anderson Center for Autism
Anderson Center’s educational/residential program is based on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), our treatment approach focuses on techniques and interventions that use positive reinforcement to teach our individuals the skills they need to strive for independence and reach their full potential. Our professional team administers ABA programs that comprehensively address each individual's educational, emotional, and social needs in a proactive, positive manner. Anderson Center Consulting Services include: (Remote & In Person Options); Consultation Services and Training: Student specific, Program-based, and Parents; Autism Supportive Programs: Environment, Community, College, Medical, First Responder, and Kids
Topics:
Autism
Evidence-Based Practice
 
APH ConnectCenter
The APH ConnectCenter provides curated information and resources to assist children, parents, adults, and job seekers who are blind or visually impaired; and their associated professionals. Leading to greater independence and success in the lives of people with visual impairments.
Topics:
Blindness/Deafblindness
Transition Age (Ages 18-22+)
 
Athlos Special Education
Athlos Special Education Logs is an app designed to help special education professionals more easily and efficiently track IEP service minutes and goal progress. For administrators, this in turn, supports more efficient reporting, compliance, support and accountability. The easy-to-use app records service minutes and progress toward IEP goals and provides real time data dashboards to track and share progress with key stakeholders. The software is optimized for both mobile and web use, is compatible with all device types and operating systems, allows for streamlined data entry, and provides a robust data dashboard and reporting system for easy exporting and printing.
Topics:
Progress Monitoring
Accountability Systems

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