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A collection of my essays, activities, and case studies for supporting the education of disabled/chronically ill and neurodivergent children.

Debriefing Professional Development (+ FREE Organizer!)

Debriefing Professional Development (+ FREE Organizer!)

Get the most out of your professional development. How often have you left PD workshops motivated and inspired, only to return to your routine the next day? Your notes end up at the bottom of a pile because you are overwhelmed with daily tasks. You plan to find time...

Planning for Adapting Board Games (+ FREE Planner)

Planning for Adapting Board Games (+ FREE Planner)

This article is part of the Adapting Board Games for Neurodivergent and Disabled Kids series. Find the main page for this series here. Adapting games is time-consuming and sometimes even costly. Designers and manufacturers must consider accessibility from the planning...

Adapting Physical Games

Adapting Physical Games

This article is part of the Adapting Board Games for Neurodivergent and Disabled Kids series. Find the main page for this series here. Physical games are games often played with the entire body. It requires standing, jumping, moving around, etc. This may pose a...

Adapting 3D Games

Adapting 3D Games

This article is part of the Adapting Board Games for Neurodivergent and Disabled Kids series. Find the main page for this series here. 3D games are any games with solid three-dimensional pieces we can manipulate. In many ways, they resemble toys.   Popular 3D...

More Essays, Activities, and Case Studies

Adapting Card Games

Adapting Card Games

This article is part of the Adapting Board Games for Neurodivergent and Disabled Kids series. Find the main page for this series here. Popular Card Games Uno Go Fish! Crazy Eights Old Maid     Card Game Challenges for Neurodivergent and Disabled Kids...

Adapting Chutes and Ladders Games

Adapting Chutes and Ladders Games

This article is part of the Adapting Board Games for Neurodivergent and Disabled Kids series. Find the main page for this series here. Chutes and Ladders are also known as Snakes and Ladders. They tend to be one of the first games played by young children because of...

Adapting Matching Games

Adapting Matching Games

This article is part of the Adapting Board Games for Neurodivergent and Disabled Kids series. Find the main page for this series here. Matching games are standard social games for beginners. They are also known as memory games. What’s fun about matching games is you...

Adapting Board Games for Neurodivergent and Disabled Kids

Adapting Board Games for Neurodivergent and Disabled Kids

As gameschooling grows in popularity in alternative education, I think about the kids who continuously get left out. While adapted board games exist on the market for neurodivergent and disabled kids, many are costly. I wanted to find a way to use commonly available...

Adapting Card Games

Adapting Card Games

This article is part of the Adapting Board Games for Neurodivergent and Disabled Kids series. Find the main page for this series here. Popular Card Games Uno Go Fish! Crazy Eights Old Maid     Card Game Challenges for Neurodivergent and Disabled Kids...

Adapting Chutes and Ladders Games

Adapting Chutes and Ladders Games

This article is part of the Adapting Board Games for Neurodivergent and Disabled Kids series. Find the main page for this series here. Chutes and Ladders are also known as Snakes and Ladders. They tend to be one of the first games played by young children because of...

Adapting Matching Games

Adapting Matching Games

This article is part of the Adapting Board Games for Neurodivergent and Disabled Kids series. Find the main page for this series here. Matching games are standard social games for beginners. They are also known as memory games. What’s fun about matching games is you...

Adapting Board Games for Neurodivergent and Disabled Kids

Adapting Board Games for Neurodivergent and Disabled Kids

As gameschooling grows in popularity in alternative education, I think about the kids who continuously get left out. While adapted board games exist on the market for neurodivergent and disabled kids, many are costly. I wanted to find a way to use commonly available...