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Any Good Resources to help People with an Intellectual Disability?


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I work as a caseworker with people who have an intellectual disability. They are low support, high functioning with austism, down syndrome and other learning disabilities.


Are there activities and resources on the internet that can be used to help them to learn, to develop their intellectual, social and physical skills? Any resources that you have used, or even books would be very much appreciated.

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I have a young son w/DS. These are some of the resources we are using.


Videos for parents/teachers from Blueberry Shoes http://blueberryshoes.com/

Love and Learning videos and CDs for kids http://www.loveandlearning.com/home.shtml

A great site with tons of resources: Riverbend Down syndrome Association http://www.riverbendds.org/index.htm?page=home.html


Good luck. These folks need advocates like YOU in their lives.

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