Feb 27, 2018
Although schools have made much progress with regards to
understanding and accommodating children with special needs, what
happens when that child wants to participate in activities outside
of school? In this episode, we discuss resources, programs, and
activities that exist outside of school that can help.
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Things You’ll Learn in This Episode:
- How do we build an inclusive society for kids living with
disabilities outside of school as well?
- How can you find the right non-profit organization or resources
that are right for your child?
- What educational resources are available to help members of
society increase their tolerance and understanding of children
living with special needs?
- What can you do as a parent to teach your child to be more
tolerant towards other students?
- How are these programs able to carry children into
- Which companies help adults with special needs prepare for the
workforce or help them find jobs?
- Aside from sports, where can you take your child if they are
interested in the arts, music, or technology?
- How can therapy dogs help special needs kids and what type of
training is available for parents regarding dog assistance?
- What are the various circumstances special needs children
experience on a daily basis and how can society help them?
AYSO VIP Program
“Autism Speaks” commercial
Best Day Foundation
The Department of Rehabilitation
The Fair Labor Standards Act Section
The Miracle Project
The National Arts and Disability Center at UCLA.
Google Impact Challenge
Staples Center sensory kits
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