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Une application Kirikou pour aider les enfants autistes Une application éducative gratuite, imaginée par une maman d'enfant autiste, sera disponible sur l'Apple Store et Google Play à partir du 20 décembre. Aider les enfants autistes dans leur apprentissage grâce aux tablettes numériques, c'est le pari que s'est lancé Gaele Regnault, la mère d'un enfant autiste, en développant une quatrième application sur iPad et Android baptisée «Kirikou et les enfants extraordinaires». Pour cette chef d'entreprise, l'idée de cette application gratuite et éducative est simple: «Il s'agit de donner des manuels scolaires à nos enfants souffrant d'autismes ou d'un autre trouble envahissant du développement pour leur apprendre à parler, à jouer et à vivre avec nous». Ce projet a commencé par une rencontre avec le réalisateur du dessin animé Michel Ocelot. Le réalisateur a pour sa part été sensible à cette démarche, conscient de l'impact que peuvent avoir ses créations sur les plus jeunes.

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The 15 Best Websites for Parents of Special Needs Children | Special Education Degrees Raising a child with special needs can be difficult enough, but thanks to the worldwide web, the Internet is full of tons of informational websites that can help you and your little one. Below are twelve helpful sites that are loaded with useful information for parents with a special-needs child, including information on Autism, deafness, blind-deafness, hearing impairment, intellectual disabilities, multiple disabilities, orthopedic impairments, serious emotional disorders, specific learning disabilities, speech or language impairments, traumatic brain injuries, Down’s Syndrome, and more. You do not have to feel alone when there are so many other parents out there going through the same thing you are. Autism AutismNow.Org is hands down one of the best online resources for information on Autism. Deafness Hearing Like Me is a wonderful resource for parents who have deaf children or hearing loss. Deaf-Blindness Hearing Impairment Language and Speech Delays/Impairments Multiple Disabilities

Simple, yet useful student organization. | TrackClass ASD Tools Using Steam's In-Game Browser with WoW Any of you who use Valve's Steam might be interested in using it's in-game browser while playing World of Warcraft. It looks something like this: To use this feature you need to do the following. 1. While in game you can now press Shift-Tab to go to the steam menu within WoW, from here click web and it will open a web-browser, just enter the wow-pro url and go to the guide you want. Voila you can now view a web-browser while playing the game which makes using the guides here incredibly easy. Some notes: The Shift-Tab key combo to bring up the Steam UI causes some issues. The browser does seem to freeze every now and then, it seems to work but the view doesn't update when you scroll up and down.

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Top 100 Special Needs Resources on the Web » PhD in Special Education The term special needs can apply to a wide array of circumstances that cause individuals to require assistance or non-standard accommodations. Cognitive delays and learning disabilities are commonly referred to as special needs, but visual and hearing impairment, physical disabilities that affect mobility, and even congenital conditions of the major organs and body systems can all be considered special needs. The websites below, listed in no particular order, are the best resources on the Internet for learning about a wide variety of special needs. Special Education Education systems that are based on standardized testing and built to cater to high numbers of average students do not serve those with special needs well. Liz Beck’s Art Therapy Blog Special Education Law Blog Smart Kids with Learning Disabilities The Shut Down Learner by Dr. To Top ↑ Miscellaneous Finding stories about uncommon special needs can be harder and more frustrating than learning about the most common disorders.

LibriVox | free public domain audiobooks Forum : Trucs et astuces / nouvelle application pour la dyslexie Posté : 13-12-2012 01:38 Je vous écris pour vous pour vous informer d'une nouvelle marque appelée App mobile112. Il a été créé par un homme dyslexique pour aider les dyslexiques autres. C'est comme la technologie d'assistance pour les personnes souffrant de dyslexie, les difficultés de lecture, dysgraphie, les troubles de traitement auditif, les déficits de vitesse de traitement et de troubles du langage expressif et / ou réceptif. Il s'agit d'une présentation PowerPoint et d'autres informations à www.mobile112.net, qui explique toutes ses fonctionnalités pour votre avis. Certaines de ces caractéristiques comprennent les messages texte lecture à haute voix et aider à en créer de nouvelles, en prenant une photo d'un texte et l'avoir lu de nouveau à vous, créer vos propres catégories avec des icônes, puis vos propres phrases pour vos catégories de les lire pour vous et lire quoi que ce soit à haute voix pour vous sur internet. Laurie Leason

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