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Wait, you don’t use a visual schedule in your classroom!?!? Yikes, you must like chaos.

Free Visual Schedule Download
What is a visual schedule? A visual schedule is a set of images, icons, symbols, or words representing the sequence of activities and tasks students will encounter throughout their day. These schedules can be displayed on a wall, a whiteboard, or even on a tablet or computer screen. The primary goal is to create predictability […]
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8 Reasons Why Every Classroom Needs a “How am I feeling today?” Chart

How Am I Feeling Today Chart - Free Download
Understanding a child’s emotions is crucial for several reasons. When educators can empathize and comprehend the emotions of their students, they can create a more welcoming, supportive, and conducive learning environment. Here are some ways understanding a child’s emotions helps in any classroom: Understanding how the children entering your classroom are doing emotionally is a […]
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Top 10 Benefits of Having Classroom Rules

Classroom Rules for Disability Ministry
Classroom rules play a vital role in creating a positive classroom environment for both students and teachers. The following are the top ten reasons every classroom should have a set of rules posted. Okay, I think we can all agree on the importance of having classroom rules both posted and agreed upon in your disability […]
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Crossing the Line in the Sand

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In 2020, I volunteered to serve at Camp Freedom. Hosted by Southeast Christian Church at Country Lake Christian Retreat, Camp Freedom is a 3-day, 2-night camp for those 10 years and older with an intellectual, developmental, and/or physical disability. It was my first year serving and my first real experience at a camp like this.  […]
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Start With Hello – Free Wallpaper

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This phrase has always been, and most likely always will be, one of our favorite phrases. If you’d like to download other free wallpapers we have available, you can find those here.
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For US

For All Of You, For All Of Us
Recently, I stayed the night at a lake house with some friends. We ate snacks, hung out by the beach, and slept on our memory foam pillows. At the same time, a few miles away, dozens of athletes were preparing for an ultra marathon, running 100 miles through the mountains and the foothills. Runners ran […]
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Jesus Cares About Everyone

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Bronwyn peached at University Covenant Church recently as part of their series called, “Breakaway to the High Seas.” In this video, she speaks about Jesus’ invitation to be in His crew and how He loves, cares for and protects us.
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Special Fathers Network Podcast

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President and CEO Ryan Wolfe was recently a guest on the Special Fathers Network podcast. Listen here: Listen to “Dad to Dad 259 – Ryan Wolfe of Canton, OH Is President & Executive Director Of Ability Ministry, Equipping Churches To Embrace Disability” on Spreaker.
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Disability Ministry Classroom Engagement Ideas

Disability Ministry Classroom Engagement Ideas
“We believe God has given each of us unique abilities and talents for His glory and our good.” As leaders and volunteers, do we really believe that? Do we live that out in our classes? In March, Jason Morrison spoke to a group of volunteers with the Shine Ministry at Southeast Christian Church about some […]
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Dear Church

Dear Church, You might not know this, but I have a disability. I want to be in church; I really do. But some weeks it is very hard to be here. My disability goes everywhere I go: to work, to school, to the grocery store, to the dentis, and to church. Some people might already […]
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