DC Strong Start
The Strong Start DC Early Intervention Program serves as the single point of entry for infants and toddlers in Washington DC whose families have concerns about their development.
DC Early Stages
An evaluation center for children between the ages 2 years 8 months and 5 years 10 months.
Parent Infant Education (PIE) is a family-centered program that serves children who have special needs from birth to their third birthday.
The Infant & Toddler Connection of Fairfax-Falls Church provides evaluations and early intervention services for infants and toddlers (up to age 3) who have a developmental delay or a diagnosis that may lead to developmental delays.
AAC Information & Resource Center
PRC has paved the way in the development of speech-generating devices (SGDs) and continues to innovate in the field of augmentative and alternative communication.
DLTK's Crafts for Kids features a variety of fun, printable children's crafts, coloring pages and more including projects for holidays, educational themes and some of our children's favorite cartoon characters.
The Listening Room is a steady stream of FREE activities and resources to support the development of speech, language and listening skills in children, adolescents and adults with hearing loss and speech/language disorders.
Enchanted Learning produces children's educational web sites which are designed to capture the imagination while maximizing creativity, learning, and enjoyment.
Reading A-Z is a reading resource center where you can download materials to teach reading, reading comprehension, sequencing, phonics, the alphabet, and much more.
Super Duper Publications makes fun, practical materials for speech language pathology, autism, artiuclation, auditory processing, vocabulary, expressive and receptive language, and much more.
LinguiSystems publishes ready-to-use materials for speech language pathology, learning disabilities, at-risk reading, language arts, reading comprehension, and much more.
Talk Tools provides oral-motor and feeding tools
National Down Syndrome Association
Down Syndrome: The National Down Syndrome Association
Game Aquarium has a multitude of treasures, including parts-of-speech games, same letter, different sounds, and Are You My Mother?
Read Write Think
ReatWriteThink offers a collection of online student materials to support literacy learning in the K-12 classroom.
Oline language arts games links to a large collection of materials for grades Pre-K through 12.
Funbrain has several games that feature parts of speech.
QUIA templates can be used to create a variety of activities, including concentration, matching, battleship, jeopardy, hangman, and other fun formats. Enter "speech therapy" into the QUIA search engine to uncover more than 450 interactive activities.
Language Guide teaches vocabulary, spelling, and pronunciation of several languages through pictures and audio.
Grammar Blast has interactive quizzes for grades 2-5.
Fun School's Language Games has games that build vocabulary and sequencing skills.
Using the Raising Lions Method, parents and teachers help children develop self-motivated, harmonious relationships at home and in school.
Books on Autism Spectrum Disorders:
The Child with Special Needs: Encouraging Intellectual and Emotional Growth by Stanley Greenspan and Serena Wieder
(Also many other resources available at ICDL.com)
It Takes Two to Talk - Elaine Weitzman (part of the Hanen program)
More Than Words - Fern Sussman (part of the Hanen program)
Cure Your Child with Food - Kelly Dorfman
Just Take a Bite - Lori Ernsperger
The Out-of-Sync Child - Carol Kranowitz