The Typewriter, sent by Robert K. An amazing talent and a very heartwarming story. Who could have imagined? He lived at Rose Haven Rehab in Roseburg, Oregon. You will feel very humble.  It’s incredible! Click and be overwhelmed. https://www.youtube.com/embed/svzPm8lT36o?feature=player_detailpage

When disaster strikes: preparedness for seniors and people with disabilities: “When disaster strikes, there is often little time to prepare. Losses can come swiftly when danger appears out of nowhere. When you are elderly or have a disability, it can be even more challenging to secure your property and get to safety, which is why preparation is critical.”

Special Needs Resources

Individuals suffering from ASD are active internet users. They rely on the web to find information, shop, and entertain themselves. Looking for at-home ideas to keep busy? While many of these resources offer courses for those with special needs, this is not a list of exclusively autism-friendly programming.

 

Identify Butterflies, thanks to Florida Museum. Only includes butterflies found in the Museum’s Butterfly Rainforest exhibit. It is not intended to cover all species worldwide. Some species look completely different if viewed from the top or bottom sides of the wings and are included in more than one section. Each species’ range and wing size also is included, but this information is a rough generalization and not always accurate
Your brain is always changing, says the Franklin Institute. Brain science is advancing rapidly as modern technology is helping us begin to unravel age-old mysteries about ourselves. What is the brain? What does it do? How does it work? Think about how you think, with these interactive activities, images, and videos to help you investigate what’s going on inside your head and what the future holds. https://www.fi.edu/your-brain