Handout by Iowa State University: "Clothing Ideas for Special Needs Children." Detailed considerations of clothing options for children with special needs, as well as ideas to increase independent dressing and specific places to shop.
Training instructional videos by Kids Included Together. Picture schedules and communication are the topic of several videos.
Video showing use of tactile symbols for people who are deaf blind.
Information about "Resonance Boards" from Washington Sensory Disabilities Services. A resonance board gives a child more feedback, which facilitates his development of spatial and auditory awareness and helps him become a more active learner. This website includes information about Resonance Boards, including videos, and other resources for use with children who are deaf-blind.
Information about "Experience Books" from Washington Sensory Disabilities Services. This website includes information about Experience Books, how-to videos, and other resources for use with children who are deaf-blind.
Tip sheet from Illinois Early Learning Project: Games for All Young Children, shows ideas for adapting physical activities to make them more inclusive.
Download from Washington Sensory Disabilities Services: Experience Book Directions
Download from Washington Sensory Disabilities Services: Tactile Book Directions
A Story Box is a way for young children with visual impairments to experience a story. This handout by Nevada Dual Sensory Impairment Project entitled Story Boxes: A Hands-On Literary Experience, explains the concepts behind a Story Box, as well as directions on how to make a Story Box.
This PDF explains switches and the importance of sensory input as well as the movement of the device hooked up to the switch. The document also explains the importance of choosing the correct switch toy per child needs and interest.