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ABCs of Assistive Listening Technology, The, Mark Annunziato

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Embedding Music in the Early Childhood Inclusion Classroom, Carol Ann Blank

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Program Access in Parks, Recreation and Tourism, Ray Bloomer and John Wodatch

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Art, Music & Recreational Therapy: Incorporating Creative Approaches for Students with Autism, Courtney Carnes, Julie Hopkins, and Erin Witschey

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Are Smart Devices the Smart Choice for Accessibility? Perspectives on Digital Interpretive Media, Brian Charlson, Carl Richardson, and Samantha Roe

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Transition Planning: The Dynamic Process for Parks, Recreation and Tourism, Carole Fraser, Cheri Murdoch, and John Wodach

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Connecting All People to "Places:" Content and Design Considerations for App Accessibility, Michele Hartley and John Tobiason

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Part One: Strategies for Welcoming People with Autism and Other Sensory Sensitivities, Roger Ideishi and Jan Wintrol

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Part Two: Sensory-Programs at Work, Roger Ideishi and Jan Wintrol

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Music, Movement and Learning: Bringing Joy Back to Education!, Mike Longoria

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Including Students with ASD In Specialist Classes, Teri McGill

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Experience Preference Theory as a New Way to Understand and Respond to Diversity, Andrew J. Pekarik

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Creating a Meaningful Classroom Data System, Christine Reeve

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Preventing Challenging Behavior: Stop Behavior Before it Starts, Christine Reeve

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Teaching Independence with Structured Work Systems, Christine Reeve

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Two Tickets Please!, Betty Siegel

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Accessing the Cultural Arts - Considerations for Patrons Who Are Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing, Valerie Stafford-Mallis

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Inexpensive Options for Access, Marian Vessels

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Care and Feeding of Auxiliary Aids and Assistive Technologies: Establishing Good Operating Policies and Procedures, The, Alice Voigt and Serril York