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Out of My Mind

This novel is a first-person narrative about a very smart 5th grader who introduces herself by talking about her love of words, the flavor and scent of which enrich her life. She then simply states that she has never spoken a word in her life. Melody has cerebral palsy and is unable to communicate with spoken words. The novel portrays the authentic experiences of a child with a disability and ...

Published: 2012 by Sharon Draper , Reviewed: July 10, 2013

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Considerations for People with Disabilities and Their Families

The American Health Lawyers Association booklet "Considerations for People with Disabilities and Their Families" offers readers information on a variety of important topics for people with disabilities. The booklet provides the expected overview of IDEA and includes sections on both Part B (School Aged Children Ages 3-21) and Part C (Newborn to 3 Years), plus information on housing, testing, and employment topics such as ADA, the Uniformed Service Employment and ...

Published: 2009 by American Health Lawyers Association , Reviewed: March 04, 2010

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Finding the Money

Infinitec, Inc. long known as a resource for assistive technology information, now offers "Finding the Money" a guide to funding sources for AT; including an explanation of school-based AT funding. The article calls "knowledge and research" the primary tools for AT funding in general, while strongly advising beginners to have support from professionals and helpful advocates. Unlike many articles related to AT funding, "Finding the Money" takes the time to ...

Published: 2005 , Reviewed: August 04, 2005

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Assistive Technology Funding Search Tips

This report refers to the Job Accommodation Network (JAN) in endeavoring to search for funds for assistive technology. It offers practical and systematic tips including: know your rights under disability and education laws; become your own best advocate; know your needs specific to the technology you are looking to purchase; ask for a loaner to trial; document how the device works, who you spoke to, etc.; learn the rules of ...

Published: 2003 , Reviewed: April 10, 2004

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