TIPS FOR HOMESCHOOLING & ACADEMICS RESOURCES
GUILD which is a variety of resources for homeschooling parents: The link will require you to create an account, but there is no cost or obligation.
For those who need help with an IEP-based educational plan within NC, check out the special needs consultants of HSLDA.
CLEP (College Level Examination Program) testing
Kindertown is a website that has curated content on it for young learners - That website is called Not all educational apps are created equal -- and on the Kindertown website you can find a review of many of them that we found to be excellent.
Special Needs Homeschooling curriculum by Demme Learning and contact information
100 Read Aloud Videos! [The Indianapolis Public Library]
IMPORTANT SKILLS DURING COVID
Social Distance Social Story (In several languages)
How to Foster Independence in the Home During Covid-19 (Sophia Greco, BCBA and Cliff Cowan BCBA)
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Virtual Outreach Series from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Division of Developmental Behavioral Pediatrics (NEW April 22)
DDBP Virtual Outreach Series: Supporting Families Through COVID-19 includes the following topics:
Behavior Management Basics [Autism Speaks]
Collaborating with Your Child’s School Team through COVID-19 [Autism Speaks]
Calming Strategies in the COVID-19 Storm [Autism Speaks]
To locate a meal site near you, text FOODNC to 877-877. You will receive a text back with the location of the closest meal sites and meal times. You can also dial 2-1-1 to speak with a 24/7 operator.
SPECIAL EDUCATION RESOURCES IN NC
Below are some of the resources that were discussed during the webinar with ECAC and other links that may be useful:
Parent Rights & Responsibilities in Special Education: NC Notice of Procedural Safeguards:
COVID related information for Special Education in NC: