For more specific information regarding Special Education and available resources please visit these websites for additional help:
Did you know?
According to the National Center for Education Statistics, over 700,000 college students - or 3.5% - have some type of disability. Disabled students may face unique challenges, but they are entitled to the same quality of education as all students. The following guide walks students with both physical and learning disabilities through their legal rights, where to find assistance on campus, and provides an extensive list of websites, apps and software resources designed for students' specific needs:
"Communicating with an Autistic Child: A Parent's Guide" to read the article click here.
FYI from the Tuck Sleep Foundation:
Given that studies have shown upwards of 80% of young people diagnosed with autistic spectrum disorder (and that number is equally bad for adults) aren't getting the necessary amount of sleep, our team over at the Tuck Sleep created a new guide to help.
Our guide covers everything from a comprehensive overview of ASD, how it affects sleep, expert sleep management information for people with ASD and much more.
A link of resources for people with disabilities interested in opportunities for getting into business.
NEW: Additional Resources from: caring4ourkids.com