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The Council for Exceptional Children (CEC)'s Partner Solutions Directory is an online resource for special education products, services, and programming support! Search for a topic and quickly receive a list of partners who provide products, services, or programming supporting your work and career.*

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CEC’s online transition curriculum, Life Centered Education (LCE) is your all-in-one transition curriculum including lesson plans and assessments to promote independence. Lesson plans accessible by teachers; worksheets and assessments available to students via secure portal.

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Ball State Online
Ball State University online graduate programs in applied behavior analysis and special education - focus area in autism.
Topics:
  • Autism
  • Professional Development/Training
  • Remote Learning
 
Brookes Publishing
Books and tools to help all children reach their full potential
Topics:
  • Inclusion
  • Professional Development/Training
  • Classroom Management
 
Channie's Visual Resources
Are your students struggling with their handwriting or math? Channie's Visual Handwriting & Math Resources promotes stress free learning with our revolutionary color-coded blocks system that allow students to independently work on handwriting skills. They are easily integrated, and results are seen quickly. Our blocks develop neat writing, assist the mastery of consistent letters and numbers, guides for proper spacing, and builds confidence! Available in workbooks, dry erase flash cards, iPad APP, reams, and more! Channie’s is helping build brighter futures everyday one child at a time.
Topics:
  • ADD/ADHD
  • Elementary Level (Grades K-5)
  • Literacy Instruction
 
CID-Central Institute for the Deaf
CID-Central Institute for the Deaf's mission is to teach children who are deaf and hard of hearing to listen, talk, read and succeed. We empower families at our school in St. Louis, Missouri and support professionals around the globe to help children reach their fullest potential. For over 100 years, CID has provided academic training and listening and spoken language education for students with hearing loss. Our professional resources are backed by this legacy and reflected in our deaf education resources including continuing education courses, workshops, curricula and other tools.
Topics:
  • Blindness/Deafblindness
  • Early Childhood (Ages 0-5)
  • Elementary Level (Grades K-5)
 
DotCom Therapy
DotCom Therapy is the most comprehensive pediatric teletherapy provider for educational and healthcare organizations serving children and their families across the nation. With a 5-star patient rating and 97% retention among its network of professional therapists, DCT provides the flexibility families and organizations require to meet the mental health, behavioral, speech and occupational therapy needs of children in their care.
Topics:
  • Mental Health
  • Professional Development/Training
  • Learning Disabilities
 
Drexel University Online
The Drexel University School of Education offers online education bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degree and certificate programs for educators and administrators seeking new tools and methodologies to instruct students with autism spectrum disorders and related learning disabilities. Featured programs in areas including applied behavior analysis, special education, and school psychology.
Topics:
  • Learning Disabilities
  • Autism
  • Emotional and Behavioral Disorders
 
EazyHold
EazyHold enables independence with art, music, writing, eating, and playtime. Unlike other cuffs which put a foam roller between hand and tool preventing feeling the object, EazyHold puts the tool in hand against the skin, for greater sensory perception and control to feel the texture, shape, and size of the object. The cold of a fork or warmth of wooden spoon. The vibrating beat of drumstick or brush stroke on canvas. No more hand over hand necessary. Adapts existing classroom implements and allows students to work at own pace. Colorful for visual stimulation and can be reused by multiple students.
Topics:
  • Adaptive Technology
  • Assistive Technology
  • Independency/Life Skills
 
Educating All Learners Alliance
The Educating All Learners Alliance (EALA) represents a dynamic alliance of non-partisan groups deeply committed to the success of students with disabilities.
Topics:
  • Inclusion
  • Intellectual/Developmental Disability
  • Learning Disabilities
 
Education Modified
Education Modified is an award-winning special education technology platform for collaboration & management- beyond compliance. Funded by the Institute for Education Sciences & the Small Business Innovation Research program, this research-based platform allows all teachers to streamline documentation, access IEP, 504, ELL and other important information, when they need it. Supported by research-based instructional strategies and workflow tools, EdMod eliminates paperwork and allows all teachers to communicate, monitor progress and improve instructional outcomes for students with special needs.
Topics:
  • Individualized Education Programs (IEPs)
  • Evidence-Based Practice
  • Co-Teaching
 
eLuma Online Therapy
eLuma is a leading provider of teletherapy solutions for K-12 schools, connecting students and educators with clinicians and innovative software to support their special education and mental health programs.
Topics:
  • Remote Learning
  • Mental Health
  • Middle School (Grades 6-8)
 
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
  • Literacy Instruction
 
Free Spirit Publishing
Free Spirit Publishing has had the same mission for nearly 40 years: to provide children and teens—and the adults who care for and about them—with the tools they need to think for themselves, overcome challenges, and make a difference in the world. Today more than ever, young people need social and emotional guidance. We aim to meet all kids—babies, teens, and everyone in between—where they are (not where we wish they were) and to support them in developing their talents, building resiliency, and fostering a positive outlook on life so they can reach their full potential.
Topics:
  • Emotional and Behavioral Disorders
  • Gifted and Talented
  • Mental Health

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