Columbia Regional Program gathered these resources to help parents and educators ensure that students continue to engage in skill development during this difficult and unusual time. Learning at Home is designed to assist with locating supplementary learning resources as well as provide guidance on ensuring instructional materials and online activities are accessible to the students we serve.
We encourage parents and caregivers to help students continue to learn during school closures. The materials provided are for enrichment only and do not replace what students learn at school.
Added 4/1/20: Oregon Department of Education's Distance Learning for All: Ensuring Care, Connection and Continuity of Learning for Students who Experience Complex Learning Needs
AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER
Providing structure and predictability, motivation and positive behavior supports, teaching social-emotional skills
BLIND / VISUALLY IMPAIRED
Learning activities and games, books, and ensuring online instruction is accessible
DEAF OR HARD OF HEARING
American Sign Language (ASL), listening and spoken language (LSL), literacy, assistive technology, and self-advocacy skills
ORTHOPEDIC IMPAIRMENT, AT & AAC
Assistive Technology (AT) and Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) resources
TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY
Developing executive function skills, helping with organization, memory, and managing fatigue
READING, WRITING, MATH AND MORE
Resource collections for academic enrichment at home developed by school districts and others