Autism/Low Incidence

Laura Clarke
Laura Clarke
Special Education Consultant

859-442-8600 ext. 27
laura.clarke@nkces.org

There are so many wonderful resources to help us support students with autism and other low incidence (moderate to severe) disabilities. Contact Laura if you'd like any support with strategies, interventions, and planning to support students with low incidence disabilities. 

Autism/Low Incidence Resources

Alternate Assessment Site for LI Workgroup: https://bit.ly/KyAltAssessmentTargets 

NKCES Transition services: http://bit.ly/nkcestransition 

 

Council for Exceptional Children - Complex and Chronic Conditions division

CEC's CCC division has resources to support students' medical, behavioral, and academic needs

Literacy Instruction for Students with Moderate to Severe Disabilities

Instructional supports for the five components of reading for students

Kentucky Peer Support Network

Resources to support students' social emotional learning and skills to develop and maintain friendships

Project Core

Key supports for increasing communication tools and opportunities for students with communication differences

More Favorite Resources

This Google Doc contains many of my favorite low incidence websites

Behavior Support Resources

This Google Doc has links to national resources to support students who demonstrate significant behaviors at school

Emerging Readers

Supports for emerging readers and writers

Kentucky Academic Standards - Alternate K-Prep Supports 

Alternate Assessment - Instructional Resources from KDE

One-Page Resource for Educators who Administer Alternate Kentucky Summative Assessment (links to the Attainment Task, TAR, ESAR, and CWEC training materials and assessments) 

Kentucky Academic Standards - Alternate Assessment Google Site (to access progressions documents and links to resources)

 

Additional Resources

Low Incidence online trainings - free access anytime, anywhere you wish to learn!

To access free online training to support students with moderate to severe disabilities, check out our NKCES Online Learning Website

Trainings include:

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