The resources listed below are intended to provide our students with meaningful activities related to their special needs and to help the adults in their homes during this time of At-Home learning. We encourage and recommend that our students and their families explore these additional resources and use those they find helpful for addressing their individual needs.
At-Home Learning is a new experience for everyone and may bring up needs that we did not expect for our students who have disabilities. Please contact your student’s special education teacher or their campus if you have questions. When you need our support, we are here to help.
Check back often for updates to this list.
Please click on the following links to access activities and information selected by our Special Education Department.
Activities and information to help our students (and their grown-ups) understand and cope with at-home learning and social distancing.
Their monthly calendars are packed with actions you can take to help create a happier and kinder world.
Download as an image for sharing or a PDF for printing.
Download the actions to your calendar using this Google Calendar or iCalendar file.
There is also a B&W PDF version for those who want to print out in black & white and a
text-only version for use with screen readers.
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And don’t forget their app…
Be positive. Be present. This is your life.
The ABCs of Self-Care
28 full-size pages or 1 page of pocket-size prints
Everyday Optimism© Worksheets
In response to university and student feedback around the COVID-19 pandemic, Sharpen Health is offering its Sharpen Colleges app for free until the 2020 fall semester to students directly and through universities.
Sharpen Health collaborates with licensed mental health providers to provide students self-help information, techniques, and guidance in a safe environment. Sharpen Colleges content is offered in the voices and perspectives of students themselves.
Sharpen provides tools for self-help and psychoeducation. It does not replace the importance of a counselor. The app connects students to a library of evidence-based psycho educational content, national sites, and links for crisis support, and vetted COVID resources.
TeenCentral is a website powered by KidsPeace as a free and safe prevention and intervention resource specifically for youth. On TeenCentral, you can find information on a variety of topics. You can also submit a story or post about any crisis, problem or situation you’re struggling with and receive a therapeutic support response within 24 hours, safely, anonymously, and free of charge.
This is a stressful time and behaviors may become overwhelming. If you need some quick advice on managing behavior at home, download this document. It includes 6 tips with a link to resources for each.
A free app to support your mental health while social distancing.
The nation’s leading source of important news, expert advice, and judgment-free understanding for families and adults living with attention deficit disorder.
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Hatch is a powerful tool to help you check your phone less while you study, work, or just take a break from all the noise. Get ready to become a focus black belt while hatching fun digital creatures. Use your focus energy to unlock legendary and ultra rare exotic species.
We understand that At-Home Learning is a new experience for everyone, but we’re here to help. Please contact your child’s special education teacher or campus if you have questions.