Honoring Families Through the Lens of UDL
How do we move from engaging to empowering families? It starts by including them as partners in education. Discover how Universal Design for Learning can boost engagement to meet families’ varying needs.
The Journey Webinar Gallery Now Available
The webinar gallery is now available so you can catch up on past episodes, share, and learn more about easing the transition process to adulthood with a variety of tools and resources to prepare for the future.
Telepsychology Webinar Series
Building Capacity to Serve All Learners: Effectively Assessing Learners via Telepsychology, the webinar series created to help school psychologists and district and building leaders confidently assess all learners.
10 Min with Barb and Ron
Join experts Barb Gentille Green and Ron Rogers for casual chats infused with a perspective on Universal Design for Learning (UDL). These videos are geared toward parents, educators, college students, administrators.
Promoting Access for People Who are Deaf, Hard of Hearing, Blind, or Visually Impaired
Individuals and groups can use this self-paced module to learn about accessibility and creating inclusive learning environments and earn credit from ASHA, OCCRRA, ACVREP, and more.
Unlocking the English Code
From the Outreach Center for Deafness and Blindness: Explore and connect phonological awareness, phonics, writing, fluency, vocabulary, communication, language, and comprehension for learners who are D/HH or B/VI.
Challenging Behavior: Expect Success
This webinar series based on positive behavior intervention supports for challenging behaviors explores how to conduct a functional behavior assessment and behavior intervention plan.
InspirED Virtual Learning Series
Join us each week for a 30 minute Zoomcast series about engaging diverse learners in a remote environment.
OCALICONLINE 2021 Registration
Join us in celebrating 15 years of inspiration into action! Register now for OCALICONLINE 2021, November 16-19.
OCALICON Rewind Podcast Series
Trauma is an incredibly personal and individual experience. But, what about people on the autism spectrum—what's different about how they experience, deal with, and live with trauma?
Assistive Technology & Accessible Educational Materials Center
A centralized, responsive resource center that empowers individuals with disabilities by providing tools, resources and training - with one purpose - access for all.Learn More
Autism Certification Center
ASD Strategies in Action
ASD Strategies in Action offers an innovative approach to online training in evidence-based strategies. Courses provide instruction through videos filmed with educators, service providers, experts, families, and people with ASD in the natural settings of school, home, work, and the community. An introductory course presents the common characteristics of autism and simple strategies. The courses that follow take participants to the next level of understanding with the opportunity to focus on strategies for Toddler and Preschool Age, School Age, or Transition Age individuals.Learn More
Autism Internet Modules
Autism Internet Modules (AIM) provide high-quality information and professional development for anyone who supports, instructs, works with, or lives with someone with autism. Developed with partners from across the country, participants can select from over 40 modules to complete at their own time and pace.Learn More
Assistive Technology Internet Modules
Assistive Technology Internet Modules (ATIM) is an online learning environment containing 50 AT topics from assessment and funding to content areas such as access to mobile devices, communication, seating and positioning, AT for students with complex needs and more. Developed with partnering universities and nationally renowned experts in the field, ATIM brings you the highest quality content available. Free access as well as professional development certificates and graduate credit are available.Learn More