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Successful Inclusion: Providing Literacy Opportunities to Students with Autism –

Successful Inclusion: Providing Literacy Opportunities to Students with Autism

Inclusion as a philosophy, Accommodations vs. Modifications, Motor planning in Autism, Teacher’s attitudes towards inclusion, Presuming Competence as the Least Dangerous Assumption, How to create a successful team, Literacy Ladders vs. Literacy webs.

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Nancy Brady, MA-EdSP, ATS
Nancy is an Inclusion Specialist and Assistive Technology Specialist who strives to include those with the most severe disabilities in general education classrooms. She has been working for the past 7 years on including those who have autism and are nonverbal in the general education classroom environment, advocating and emphasizing literacy opportunities through the use of Assistive Technology. Nancy has a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Studies and Sociology from UC Santa Barbara, and a Masters Degree in Special Education from Chapman University. She received her certificate in Assistive Technology through the Orange County Department of Education and California State University, Dominguez Hills in 2009. Nancy completed the Mentorship Project for Communication Partner Support through WAPADH in Santa Fe Springs in 2008 and the FC Institute Summer Conference at Syracuse University in New York in 2005 and 2006. Nancy is a professional member of RESNA and a parent member of TACA. Nancy’s agency, S.T.A.R. – Supported Typing and Autism Resources, is located in Laguna Hills, CA and teaches those who are unable to communicate verbally an alternative communication strategy using Assistive Technology.

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