Families are facing unprecedented challenges in the wake of shelter-in-place guidelines. As teachers rally to support caregivers for in-home learning, parents also face the task of setting up homes and schedules to manage students’ educational needs. This can be much more complicated when a child has an Individual Education Program (IEP) or 504 Plan. School districts are still in the process of learning how these services will be delivered in the home setting, so students may not currently be receiving related services: speech, OT, PT and psychological supports.
The Special Needs Resource Foundation of San Diego is here to help. Below are resources organized by need.
Adaptive Augmentative Communication (AAC)
Audio Books for Kids
Blindness/Visual Impairment Learning Supports
Home Schooling–Special Education Specific
Mental Health/Behavioral Support
Do you know of a vital resource or local agency providing online supports that is missing from this list? Email your suggestion to email@example.com (submission does not guarantee publication).
Compiled by Emily Dolton, a local parent and resource specialist for San Diego’s special needs community.
For a full list of everyday resources, please visit our Flourishing Families Guide at www.specialneedsresourcefoundationofsandiego.com.
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