Resources

2022 USDA Nondiscrimination Statement (English and Spanish Translation)
Our organization is an equal opportunity provider. View the USDA’s 2022 nondiscrimination statement.

Back In ActionGoodwill Home Medical Equipment
Equipment “recycling” programs serving New Jersey

HighLightsKids
It’s free and has many games, articles, jokes, stories and activities for kids of various ages.

HelpKidzLearn
Fun, accessible games, activities & tools designed specifically for young children & those with learning difficulties. An online service for teachers and parents, providing 80+ accessible learning games which cater for a wide range of users with severe and complex needs, learning disabilities and special access needs. Games & Activities can be accessed via touch screens, mouse and keyboard, interactive classroom displays, one or two switches and eye gaze. Requires a subscription.

Priory Woods: Parent and Teacher Resources
Free resources that can be downloaded and adapted by parents and teachers. Includes educational activities, interactive talking story books, and cause effect/targeting activities.

Access YouTube
An accessible interface for users of assistive technologies to play YouTube videos independently.

MyVision’s Guide to Improve Internet Accessibility for Individuals with Impaired Vision
A free guide offering tips on how to make web browsing and devices more accesible for the visually impaired.

CrickWeb

Middle States

HHS Newscast Wednesdays at 1pm this year

Department of Labor Resources for Workplace Skills

Council for Exceptional Children

Special Education Alliance of Private Schools

Parent Rights in Special Education

DDD

ASAH

NJ DOE

NJ Department of Education

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