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#BetterTogether

Removing the Stumbling Block, 30 Days of Autism, Kids Included Together, National Catholic Board on Full Inclusion, Beyond the Crayon, Ollibean, Maryland Collation on Inclusive Education, Inclusive Cl #BetterTogether Banner

#BetterTogether was started June 2015 connecting a group of inclusion advocates, including ParaEducate. The hope is by reaching out and using the hashtag through social media, we would start being able to reach the audience of people outside of inclusion and disability awareness. ParaEducate is proud to participate with #BetterTogether. It is an opportunity to share resources between all of our different organizations and strenghthen the community of inclusion in the United States and Canada. While there are currently fifteen recognized members, there are many more joining us and we're honored to be a part of this effort. After all, we are all in this together, and we can't do inclusion without help because we are always #BetterTogether. Look for the hashtag in social media, share with your friends and family, and share with us why we are #Better Together.

Links

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Professional resources

Paraeducator resources:
 

Paraprofessional Online 
http://paraprofessionalonline.com/

 

Para Center 
http://www.paracenter.org/

 

Blogs:

 


National Catholic Board on Full Inclusion
 

Blog Some Moore

 

Learn Some Moore

30 Days of Autism

Removing the Stumbling Block

Eliminating the Box

Friendship Circle

Beyond the Crayon
 

Why Haven't They Done That Yet? 

https://whyhaventtheydonethatyet.wordpress.com/

 

Inclusion:

 

Kids Included Together

www.kitonline.org

 

Ollibean

http://ollibean.com

 

The Inclusive Class 

http://www.theinclusiveclass.com/

 
Think Inclusive 

http://www.thinkinclusive.us/

 

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