TRAINING AND

CURRICULUM

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We are currently working on a training and curriculum development initiative for each of the 13 conditions defined under the United States’ Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). These guides include the specific condition’s signs, challenges, strategies, and much more information to support families, individuals, caregivers, and organizations across the globe.

Throughout the process, we are reaching out to educators, field professionals, non-profit organizations, and other qualified individuals to read, edit, and provide suggestions for our guides. We want to ensure accuracy and relevance in our guides for our recommendations to our partners and our community.

If you are interested in looking over and editing our guides, you can contact us and we’d be happy to hear your recommendations for our guides! Each of our training guides provide the list of editors and professionals that have vetted the information, along with the references incorporated in the writing and research for each condition.

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Introduction to Autism

Our work with San Francisco State University's Alexander Mario Blum has led to a comprehensive training guide regarding autism spectrum, intervention strategies, and an informative resources for involved stakeholders.

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The State of Special Education

Check out our collaborative report discussing the issues of special education in the 21st century and the steps for civic action to combat educational disparities across the United States. 

Upcoming Guides!

The following guides are currently undergoing vetting processes and will be ready for dissemination by the end of 2021:

Visual Impairment

Auditory Impairment

Speech Impairment

Introduction to Neurodiversity

Check out our mini presentations on these topics through our Inclusion Africa page!