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A student’s communication encompasses much more than just the results of a screening or evaluation. Input from parents and teachers can hold key but finding the time to collect all that information can be tough.━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━WHY 'DIGITAL IN-TAKE FORMS'?✏ Save Time. Thes
When teaching learners with Autism Spectrum Disorders, learning about a new student can take LITERALLY your entire year! There is so much to discover, including finding out their mode of communication, preferences, patterns of maladaptive behavior as well as environmental triggers, and of course, id
This checklist can help teachers quickly identify and document behaviors related to Autism. It will also assist teachers to collect data for diagnosticians and IEP meetings. This list, can also be shared with parents to gain input about the child's behaviors observed at home.
At the beginning of every school year, I mail a letter home to parents, introducing myself as their child’s IEP case manager for the year. I outline my responsibilities, share my contact information, and include some tips for a great school year.The past few years, I’ve been including this student i
Attention: Teachers of the Handicapped, ABA Therapists, Resource Room Teachers, Early Intervention Providers, Speech-Language Pathologists, ESL Teachers, Pre-School, Kindergarten and First Grade Teachers! Do you need to prove accountability? Are you able to show proof of your hard work and dedica
Every school year we begin again the process of getting to know our students in order to provide the best learning opportunities for them. The pressure of creating Individual Education Plans bears down on us and there is no time to waste. Parents want an opportunity to tell you about their child wit
Survey for parents to get input before IEP - academic, communication, fine motor, etc.
Managing all of the paperwork and forms in the special education classroom is a daily struggle. Tried, tested, and true in my classroom, I've created and use all of the tools below to help write IEPs for students to succeed. This set includes a range of tools for educators to use to insure meaningf
Includes 2 Products! 1. Three interval data record forms: -15 min. intervals -30 min. intervals -1 hour intervals Great for keeping behavior data for an FBA or IEP goals. 2. Daily Report -This is a daily report form that can be used for one week. It's designed for elementary level and great for
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Sensory breaks can be helpful for children who need additional sensory input in order to be successful in home, school, and community settings. This sensory break choice board is an interactive (clickable) pdf that is compatible with devices with a PDF reader. This includes computers, laptops, table
✰✬✯Great for Parent Communication and Teacher Documentation! Use Daily!✫This is a daily report form that can be used for one week. It's designed for elementary level and great for students with special needs. I targeted the following behaviors: following directions, remaining on task, demonstratin
Great Information for IEPs!I created this survey for parents, teachers, and caregivers of children with special needs. While writing IEPs and Evaluation Reports, I realized that the Parent Input form was missing questions related to daily living skills--especially ones that are generally completed
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It sort of goes without saying how important lifeskills are... yet as teachers we often don't get to see the whole picture at school, so collaboration with and information from home is SO essential! This resource will help you gather this information by providing parents with structured choice optio
Planning for life after High School can be incredibly challenging for students with special needs, yet preparing our students for success and including students in the planning process is so important! this resource give you and your students tools to identify and develop transition goals as well as
If you are working with students who need to use AAC (augmentative-alternative communication) and are looking for tips for best practices for implementation, this video series is for you. This video is #2 in a series about teaching strategies for AAC users. P is for Planning gives you information
13 editable behavior contracts are often used to clearly define the expectations of the student, parent, and teacher in relation to a targeted behavior. This packet is tailored to secondary students and is an ideal addition to behavior improvement plans, IEPs (Individual Education Plans), RTI (Resp
This is a simple Parent Questionnaire for teachers to get some basic understanding about their students from the parents' perspectives. It contains questions like: - What do you feel are your child's strengths? Needs? - What 3 goals would you like to see your child work towards this school year? -
It doesn't matter if you are just starting out or seasoned veteran, being organized can be tricky. Our jobs require us to be flexible so why not have a planner that is just as amenable! This professional but still oh so stylish planner contains contains just what a busy and SLP needs to help organiz
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Teachers have many challenges in classrooms today. One of these challenges are students that have behavioral needs. Behavior is a challenging problem within the classroom for the teacher, student, and other students in the class. Understanding how to manage students with behavior and specifically
Emerging AAC users need lots of Aided Language Stimulation (ALgS) and opportunities to practice beginning core words.More experienced AAC users need continued Aided Input (AI), scaffolding to support expanded utterances, support for a variety of communication functions, and activities that expand sy
Enjoy this free resource that provides direction and ideas for implementing AAC at the beach this summer - or any time.School is out and summer fun is in. Your AAC user might not be getting the same level of intervention during the summer as (s)he gets during the school-year. But that shouldn’t ma
These are a few simple social stories that a first grade student with autism and I wrote together. She struggles with playing with friends and being aggressive. She also craves sensory input so sometimes she will put her hands on other friends. She also has a young sister at home and asked for some
Teach AAC users core words with this fully inclusive resource for teaching the 40 core words used in the DLM core. Interactive activities, interactive books, core word wall, word of the week materials, and more for your AAC users, even if you don't have much experience with AAC.Support AAC users eve

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