Resources Temp

Local Resources
Washington State Resources for Parents of Children and Youth with Disabilities
The Arc of King County- Resources Guide
Seattle Children’s Hospital Summer Camp Directory for Children with Special Needs
Open Doors for Multicultural Families
The Northwest Center
Washington Education Ombuds
Parenting without Pity- Rooted in Rights
One Out of Five: Disability History and Pride Project- WA State Governor’s Office of the Education Ombuds
Inclusion Toolkits and Tip Sheets
Dear Everyone: A Campaign to end disability stigma
Kids Included Together (KIT)
Let’s Play Toolkit from Act Now BC
Inclusion Toolkit from SF Dept. for Children, Youth and their families
Embracing Diversity, Toolkit for creating Inclusive Learning-Friendly Environments-
Disability Inclusion Toolkit- Youth Inclusion Hub in Ireland
Making Play Inclusive- Sense. Uk
Inclusive Schools Network
Think Inclusive
National Catholic Board On Full Inclusion – Working toward full inclusion for catholic schools
Top Tips for Inclusive Programs
Conversations with Parents
Creating a Simple Behavior Plan
Easing Transitions
Cultivate Respectful Disability Awareness
Ollibean
Nature-Play Resources
International Play Association
Children and Nature Network
Child and Nature Alliance of Canada
Natural Start Alliance
Wild Zone Toolkit
Wild Play: Parenting Adventures in the Great Outdoors” by David Sobel
When You Want To Say ” Be Careful” by Petra Eperjesi
World of Wonder – International Play-Based Early Learning Conference
Nature-Based Playground Design for Children with Autism by Shruthi Selvam
Diversity, Equity and Social Justice Resources
Teaching Tolerance
Tools for creating Healthy, Productive, Interracial Multicultural Communities (Community Building Toolkit)
Conflict Resolution Guidebook
TED Talks and Disability Advocacy
Why seperating kids with disabilities from their peers huts not helps
To Raise Brave Girls, encourage adventure
Why design should include everyone
Love no matter what
Haben Girma- Disability and Innovation
Stella Young- I’m not your inspiration thank you very much
Isn’t it a pity? The real problem with special needs- Torrie Dunlap
Tips for Raising Kids with Disabilities, from Zach Anner
#IncludeUsFromTheStart “Lea goes to school”
Zeno Mountain Farm, A Great Big Story
Channel 4: Life Lessons From The Playground
News Articles
Parenting: The Top Priority when a child is diagnosed with a developmental difference
StoryForm
Why so many kids can’t sit still in school today by Valerie Strauss
Why cities need accessible playgrounds by Megan Barber
How to Convey Dance to Those Without Sight? All Hands On by Serena Solomon
‘We batter them with kindness’: schools that reject super-strict values by Josh Halliday
Why is Unstructured Play Crucial?
‘We are caring people: Australia’s youngest ever senator delivers first speech by Miles Morgan
How to Have an Inclusive Prom
Television Shows that promote inclusion
Born this Way
Parenthood
Speechless
The A Word
Joan of Arcadia
Autism Resources
National Autism Center
Autism Tree Project Foundation
National Foundation of Autism Research
Sesame Street Autism Resources for Parents
CDC Autism Links and Resources
Operation Autism for Military Families
Sensory Specific Resources
Reduce the Noise: Help Loved Ones with Sensory Overload Enjoy Shopping
Home Modifications for Kids with Sensory Concerns
Sensory Seeking and Sensory Avoiding: What You Need to Know by Amanda Morin
Training Materials
How to Use Pictures to Enhance Activities
Implementing Visual Supports for Activity Areas
Communicating Effectively with Parents
Accommodating Children Who are Over or Under-Sensitive
Supporting Positive Communication
Teaching Children What is Expected of Them to Prevent Challenging Behaviors
Books that promote inclusion
Lovely, by Jess Hong
Rosie the Raven, by Helga Bansch
We’ll Paint the Octopus Red, by Stephanie
Stuve-Bodeen
Mama Zooms, by Jane Cowen-Fletcher
My Travelin’ Eye, by Jenny Sue Kostecki-Shaw
Moses Goes to a Concert, by Isaac Millman
King for a Day, by Rukhsana Khan
Hello, Goodbye Dog, by Maria Gianferrari
Hands and Hearts, by Donna Jo Napoli
Susan Laughs, by Jeanne Willis and Tony Ross
Happy in Our Skin, by Fran Manushkin
Clean It!, by Georgie Birkett
Henri’s Scissors, by Jeanette Winter
A Splash of Red, by Jen Bryant and Melissa
Sweet
The Girl Who Thought in Pictures, by Julia
Finley Mosca

Resources Temp

Local Resources
Washington State Resources for Parents of Children and Youth with Disabilities
The Arc of King County- Resources Guide
Seattle Children’s Hospital Summer Camp Directory for Children with Special Needs
Open Doors for Multicultural Families
The Northwest Center
Washington Education Ombuds
Parenting without Pity- Rooted in Rights
One Out of Five: Disability History and Pride Project- WA State Governor’s Office of the Education Ombuds
Inclusion Toolkits and Tip Sheets
Dear Everyone: A Campaign to end disability stigma
Kids Included Together (KIT)
Let’s Play Toolkit from Act Now BC
Inclusion Toolkit from SF Dept. for Children, Youth and their families
Embracing Diversity, Toolkit for creating Inclusive Learning-Friendly Environments-
Disability Inclusion Toolkit- Youth Inclusion Hub in Ireland
Making Play Inclusive- Sense. Uk
Inclusive Schools Network
Think Inclusive
National Catholic Board On Full Inclusion – Working toward full inclusion for catholic schools
Top Tips for Inclusive Programs
Conversations with Parents
Creating a Simple Behavior Plan
Easing Transitions
Cultivate Respectful Disability Awareness
Ollibean
Nature-Play Resources
International Play Association
Children and Nature Network
Child and Nature Alliance of Canada
Natural Start Alliance
Wild Zone Toolkit
Wild Play: Parenting Adventures in the Great Outdoors” by David Sobel
When You Want To Say ” Be Careful” by Petra Eperjesi
World of Wonder – International Play-Based Early Learning Conference
Nature-Based Playground Design for Children with Autism by Shruthi Selvam
Diversity, Equity and Social Justice Resources
Teaching Tolerance
Tools for creating Healthy, Productive, Interracial Multicultural Communities (Community Building Toolkit)
Conflict Resolution Guidebook
TED Talks and Disability Advocacy
Why seperating kids with disabilities from their peers huts not helps
To Raise Brave Girls, encourage adventure
Why design should include everyone
Love no matter what
Haben Girma- Disability and Innovation
Stella Young- I’m not your inspiration thank you very much
Isn’t it a pity? The real problem with special needs- Torrie Dunlap
Tips for Raising Kids with Disabilities, from Zach Anner
#IncludeUsFromTheStart “Lea goes to school”
Zeno Mountain Farm, A Great Big Story
Channel 4: Life Lessons From The Playground
News Articles
Parenting: The Top Priority when a child is diagnosed with a developmental difference
StoryForm
Why so many kids can’t sit still in school today by Valerie Strauss
Why cities need accessible playgrounds by Megan Barber
How to Convey Dance to Those Without Sight? All Hands On by Serena Solomon
‘We batter them with kindness’: schools that reject super-strict values by Josh Halliday
Why is Unstructured Play Crucial?
‘We are caring people: Australia’s youngest ever senator delivers first speech by Miles Morgan
How to Have an Inclusive Prom
Television Shows that promote inclusion
Born this Way
Parenthood
Speechless
The A Word
Joan of Arcadia
Autism Resources
National Autism Center
Autism Tree Project Foundation
National Foundation of Autism Research
Sesame Street Autism Resources for Parents
CDC Autism Links and Resources
Operation Autism for Military Families
Sensory Specific Resources
Reduce the Noise: Help Loved Ones with Sensory Overload Enjoy Shopping
Home Modifications for Kids with Sensory Concerns
Sensory Seeking and Sensory Avoiding: What You Need to Know by Amanda Morin
Training Materials
How to Use Pictures to Enhance Activities
Implementing Visual Supports for Activity Areas
Communicating Effectively with Parents
Accommodating Children Who are Over or Under-Sensitive
Supporting Positive Communication
Teaching Children What is Expected of Them to Prevent Challenging Behaviors
Books that promote inclusion
Lovely, by Jess Hong
Rosie the Raven, by Helga Bansch
We’ll Paint the Octopus Red, by Stephanie
Stuve-Bodeen
Mama Zooms, by Jane Cowen-Fletcher
My Travelin’ Eye, by Jenny Sue Kostecki-Shaw
Moses Goes to a Concert, by Isaac Millman
King for a Day, by Rukhsana Khan
Hello, Goodbye Dog, by Maria Gianferrari
Hands and Hearts, by Donna Jo Napoli
Susan Laughs, by Jeanne Willis and Tony Ross
Happy in Our Skin, by Fran Manushkin
Clean It!, by Georgie Birkett
Henri’s Scissors, by Jeanette Winter
A Splash of Red, by Jen Bryant and Melissa
Sweet
The Girl Who Thought in Pictures, by Julia
Finley Mosca