Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities

media

Podcasts, iPad apps, digital tools and more!

articles

Evidenced-based and anecdotal resources.

What you’ll find here

Intellectual disabilities range from simple learning or attentional deficits to severely reduced functional participation in activities of daily living. The intellectual disability may be related to a genetic syndrome, which may also that affect the physical, medical, behavioral, and social components of an individual’s life. The disability may also be related to autism spectrum disorder. Sensory processing deficits are prevalent among these groups. These individuals benefit from early intervention, but may receive continued supports throughout childhood and adulthood.

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Tools for caregivers

Tools for Therapists

apps and programs

Executive Functioning

Choiceworks

First Then Visual Schedule

I Get It -My Schedules at Social Skills Stories

Functional Planning System

Emotional intelligence & Regulation

Breathe, Think, Do with Sesame

Unstuck

If… The Emotional IQ Game

The Mood Meter

More from Region 4 Education Service Center

Classroom Learning

Voice Dream Reader

Capti Voice

Comorbid Physical disability

(vision, hearing, wheelchair bound)

Brio Nav/ Brio Smart (Navability)

Hear You Now

Be My Eyes

Derived from Endeavour Foundation

Ariadne GPS

Fleksy–Happy Typing

VizWiz

Browse the Maine CITE

AccessNow

Sensory

Bla Bla Bla (auditory, visual)

Super Slime Simulator (visual)

Heat Pad (visual)

Miracle Modus

Brain Works

Books

for Therapists

Sensory for the SLP

Pragmatic Language Tests

Clinical Assessment of Pragmatics

Test of Pragmatic Language

PLSI: Pragmatic Language Skills Inventory

Children’s Communication Checklist-2 U.S. Edition (CCC-2)

Test of Problem Solving-3 Elementary

Test of Problem Solving-2 Adolescent

Social Emotional Evaluation

Social Language Development Test -Elementary

Social Language Development Test -Adolescent

List Adapted from SmartSpeechTherapy.com

Functional Living and Language

Texas Functional Living Scale (TFLS)

Functional Linguistic Communication Inventory (FLCI)

Functional Communication Profile

Continuing education

What’s Working in treatment

Games

social skills

Faces and Feelings Listening Lotto

Too Much, Too Little, Just Enough

Disclaimer: I do not receive any monetary or other reward for sharing any material from any source on my platform. All sources are from credible educational or therapy-specific sites, which I may have or may not have used in the past. Only the areas in which I have initialed are to be considered my own ideas or advice. Being that the resource page is a collection of ideas from different clinicians, you may encounter ideas that differ from one another. Any use of any materials or resource from this page or links attached, is at your own free will.