Toolkit: Emergency Management Be-Prepared Kit

This kit is intended to help individuals and families effectively prepare for emergencies and disasters. It includes three booklets: the readiness checklist, the shelter checklist, and the yellow checklist.

Toolkit: Find, Choose and Keep Great DSPs

This toolkit is designed to provide easy-to-use tips and strategies to help individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities find, choose, and keep high quality Direct Support Professionals.

Toolkit: Caring for Children With Autism Spectrum Disorders: A Resource Toolkit for Clinicians

This toolkit was developed to support health care professionals in the identification and ongoing management of children with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) in the medical home.

Toolkit: CDC: Go Out and Play! Kit

This kit is designed to help early childhood educators observe their students’ developmental milestones during play, so that they can share observations and concerns with parents.

Toolkit: Pathways to Worship – Inclusive Congregation Toolkit

This tool kit, developed by Pathways to Worship, is designed to help members of faith communities create more inclusive settings for religious services and events.

Toolkit: Autism Speaks: School Community Tool Kit

This toolkit provides information about autism to school staff including teachers, administrators, bus drivers, custodial staff, lunch aides, nurses and more.

Toolkit: Making the Move to Managing Your Own Personal Assistance Services

This toolkit assists transition-age youth with significant disabilities and their families and friends find out more about personal assistance services (PAS).

Toolkit: Age Appropriate Transition Assessment Kit

This guide, geared towards educators, explains what a transition assessment is and why it is important in the transition planning process and in defining goals and services to be included in an adolescent’s Individual Education Plan (IEP).

Toolkit: Life After High School Transition Kit

This toolkit helps families and youth learn about the transition planning process for people who have Individualized Education Programs (IEPs).