About Cheryl M. Jorgensen, Ph.D.
Dr. Jorgensen is an inclusive education consultant in private practice, after being a Project Director with the Institute on Disability (IOD) at the University of New Hampshire (UNH), and assistant research professor in UNH’s Education Department from 1985 until 2011.
PEAC works to promote education that includes all children by providing individual technical assistance, advocacy, and supports to families; assisting institutions of higher education better prepare teachers to effectively teach all children; and influencing and supporting schools, policymakers, and the community to effectively implement inclusive practices and policies. We are a partnership of parents, educators, related professionals and others who believe that children of all backgrounds and abilities should be successfully educated together in their neighborhood schools within the general education curriculum.
The list of books below do not link to the book or website.
This website is dedicated to promoting inclusive schooling and exploring positive ways of supporting students with autism and other disabilities.
Dr. Richard A. Villa has worked with thousands of teachers and administrators throughout North America and the world, to develop and implement organizational and instructional support systems for educating all students within general education settings.
CAST is a nonprofit research and development organization that works to expand learning opportunities for all individuals through Universal Design for Learning.
Information and technical assistance on the Americans with Disability Act.
TASH is an international leader in disability advocacy. Founded in 1975, TASH advocates for human rights and inclusion for people with significant disabilities and support needs – those most vulnerable to segregation, abuse, neglect and institutionalization. TASH works to advance inclusive communities through advocacy, research, professional development, policy, and information and resources for parents, families and self-advocates. The inclusive practices TASH validates through research have been shown to improve outcomes for all people.
The mission of Disability is Natural is to encourage New Ways of Thinking about developmental disabilities, in the BELIEF that our ATTITUDES DRIVE OUR ACTIONS,
and changes in our attitudes and actions can help create a society where all children and adults with developmental disabilities have opportunities to Live the Lives of Their Dreams, included in all areas of life.
Mission Statement - "To promote inclusive communities where all people belong"
The Goals of Kids Together, Inc. include a desire to remove barriers that exclude people with disabilities. We support the belief that children with disabilities, like all children, have the need to be welcomed, cherished and embraced in our communities.
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SPEAC does not recommend or endorse the agencies or resources listed on the site. This is an informational site only. We encourage users to carefully review and evaluate all services and decide what is best to meet the needs of their families.
supporting special education in the Upper dublin school district since 2005
We work with Pennsylvania’s education system from preschool through high school. All of our programs follow The Arc of Pennsylvania’s mission to work to include all children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in every community.
The Include Me School Age project is designed to promote and expand inclusive practices for students with significant disabilities, grades K-12, and the schools they attend. Likewise, the Preschool initiative seeks to work closely with the Bureau of Early Intervention Services (BEIS), families and local Early Childhood Education programs to promote inclusive opportunities for preschool-aged children with developmental disabilities and/or complex needs.
PaTTAN - The mission of the Pennsylvania Training and Technical Assistance Network is to support the efforts and initiatives of the Bureau of Special Education, and to build the capacity of local educational agencies to serve students who receive special education services.
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