Tools, games and advice for special needs and learning difficulties
Games, apps, and devices offer access, information, and inclusion to kids with learning differences, autism, vision and hearing loss, and more.
Tip Sheet for Supporting Students with Disabilities
A tip sheet based on guidance by the U.S. Department of Education and the Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services.
Talking to Kids About COVID-19
Some kids don't want to discuss COVID-19. Others can't stop talking about it, and some have trouble expressing their thoughts in general. Get tips for talking with your child.
FAQs on IEPs & School Closures
What happens with kids' IEPs when schools shut down? Get answers to common legal questions about special education and school closings.
Coping Tip: Find an Online Village
It's more important than ever for families to have support. If you have a child who learns and thinks differently, connect with people who understand.
Accessibility Settings on iOS and Android Devices
These options for mobile devices can help to better accommodate a child's individual sensory and attentional needs.
How to Use Brain Breaks
At school, kids get breaks throughout the day. Find out how taking "brain breaks" can help your child stay focused and recharged for at-home learning and homework.
Distance Learning Tips
Distance learning is new territory for many families. For kids who struggle in school, it can create extra challenges. Get tips to help your child learn at home.