Approved training videos related to atypical development in young children.

  • Autism Spectrum Disorders
    39 minutes; DVD
    IEP Resources; Attainment Co., Inc.; 2001. Closed captioned for the hearing impaired.
    Educational psychologist and author Glenis Benson covers major issue areas: Cognitive style, diagnostic characteristics, communication skills and deficits, social behaviors, support strategies, and challenging behaviors.
    WM 203.5 .A939bendvd 2001
  • Down Syndrome: The First 18 Months
    108 minutes; DVD
    Woodbine House; 2004.
    This is a reassuring and realistic introduction to the unique joys and challenges that children with Down syndrome bring to their families. Includes information on newborns, health concerns, therapies, and expectations.
    WS 107 .D748dvd 2004
  • Emma’s Gifts: A Documentary
    56 minute; DVD
    Emma’s Gifts Productions; 2006
    Documents the story of Emma, a little girl born with Down syndrome, her “normal” twin sister Abigale, and their parents, Mitzi and Michael. This family discovers that Emma’s differences are precious gifts that take them on a journey few families ever experience.
    WS 107 .E54d 2006
  • Fetal Alcohol Exposure: Changing The Future
    31 minute; DVD
    Films for the Humanities & Sciences; 2006
    Addresses how fetal alcohol spectrum disorders are diagnosed, the primary and secondary disabilities associated with FASD, and the human cost. Also considers the in utero effects of alcohol and the physical and psychological characteristics of FASD.
    WQ 211 .F419j 2006
  • Fetal Alcohol Syndrome: A Disorder that Impacts Development, Behavior, and Learning
    60 minutes. DVD. (APPLES Magazine; no. 111). Originally broadcast November 15, 2001. Featuring Judith M. Gray.
    Western Illinois University; 2001. Closed-captioned for the hearing impaired.
    This video highlights the characteristics of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome and provides an overview of the incidence and impact on young children’s development, behavior, and ability to learn. In addition, a parent’s perspective on the impact for their child and family is presented.
    WQ 211 .F419g 2001
  • Fragile X Syndrome: A Genetic Disorder That Impacts Development, Behavior, And Learning
    60 minutes.DVD (APPLES Magazine; no. 110)
    Western Illinois University; 2001. Closed-captioned for the hearing impaired.
    This video, featuring Judith M. Gray, provides a basic review of the physical and behavioral characteristics prominent on children with Fragile X syndrome.
    QS 677 .F811g 2001
  • Sensory Issues in Learning & Behavior
    2 DVDs, 180 minutes.
    Arlington, TX: Future Horizons, Inc.; 2009. 180 minutes;
    Carol Stock Kranowitz discusses Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) – a condition in which the brain has trouble receiving and responding to information that comes in through the senses. For every sensory need she presents a story that illustrates how a child may behave, and she suggests techniques and functional activities to deal with the situation. She discusses: recent research, the six types of SPDs, possible co-existing problems, and treatment options.
    WS 340 .K89se 2009
  • Toilet Training for Children with Special Needs
    120 minutes, DVD.
    Developmental Pathways; 2009.
    Gives advice and procedures for toilet training children with developmental disabilities. Curriculum developed by Dr. Susan Hepburn, Clinical Psychologist and Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Colorado Denver, JFK Partners is presented as well as vignettes taking viewers through the toilet training process. The DVD concludes with a parent’s perspective on the techniques presented and words of wisdom for other parents going through the toilet training process.
    This video can be watched online for EI Credit at JFK Partners Toilet Training for Children with Special Needs
    WS 113 .T5731 2009
  • Twins: Children With Cochlear Implants
    30 minute; DVD
    Filmakers Library; 2002. Closed-captioned.
    This video follows two sets of one-year-old twins for three years. Each set has one profoundly deaf twin who has been given a cochlear implant, and a hearing twin with whom their language development is compared.
    WV 274 .T973 2002
  • What Did You Say?: A Guide To Speech Intelligibility In People With Down Syndrome
    59 minute; DVD
    Woodbine House; 2006
    Dr. Kumin illuminates the most common difficulties underlying speech intelligibility problems in Down syndrome. Also included is information about how to address speech intelligibility issues in a Down Syndrome child’s IEP.
    WS 107 .W555g 2006
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