This weekend (Nov. 18th-20th), Abilities Expo once again will have its annual exhibition at San Jose McEnery Convention Center. This event will showcase a breadth of products and services that families, with individuals with disabilities will find helpful and interesting. Admission to Abilities Expo is free, and show hours are Friday 11 am to 5 pm, Saturday 11 am to 5 pm and Sunday 11 am to 4 pm. Parking is $3. Complimentary loaner scooters and wheelchair repair are also available during show hours. We, here at specialneedsinmycity, have attended this event numerous times and found it valuable and comprehensive. You.
Access to appropriate reading books for students in special education is often out of reach, not considered, or outdated. So here is saddleback.com, an educational publishing company offering intensive reading programs for students with intellectual disabilities to genre-based libraries for emergent teen readers to life skills-based fiction and nonfiction. Check out Saddleback’s literacy and life skills collections for special education students. (http://www.sdlback.com/teen-emergent-reader-libraries) Please review this Site and share the above link to your child’s teacher for further review. The right book makes all the difference! LET US KNOW WHAT YOU THINK. If your school is already using it, please share your.
Nan Austin of The Modesto Bee shares about a unique, one-week opportunity for teachers to gain insights into practical aspects of teaching, the workings of local businesses and agencies, and career opportunities for their students. For more details and how to apply: http://www.modbee.com/news/local/education/article97078712.html www.stanislauspartners.com