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Special Learning, Inc. Launches New Website for the Global Autism and Special Needs Community

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Special Learning broadens its outreach to the global special needs community with its new website, http://www.special-learningusa.com, a resource and education portal for parents, providers, and educators for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other developmental disabilities worldwide.

Chicago, Illinois (PRWEB) October 03, 2013

Special Learning Inc., the leading global provider of mobile technology applications and educational resources for the special needs community, announced today the launch of a new website for the Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Down syndrome, and special needs community. In an effort to further impact the lives of children and adolescents diagnosed with developmental disabilities, Special Learning USA has created this new site, http://www.special-learningusa.com. Special Learning USA’s vision is to offer affordable and accessible products and services to inform, educate and empower parents, providers, and educators worldwide in working with individuals with special needs. Special Learning’s vision is to offer every parent with a diagnosed child a genuine chance to help their son or daughter attain an abundant and fulfilling life using Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Therapy. The site provides extensive information, tools, and resources for anyone who works with, and whose lives are touched by, individuals with ASD or other developmental disabilities.
“At Special Learning USA, we are passionate about changing the lives of people with Autism and other special needs,” said Karen Chung, Founder and Chief Executive Officer. “We are proud to extend our exceptional suite of educational solutions for the special needs community to meet the needs of people in under-served markets.”
The comprehensive solutions-based website offers hundreds of free and paid resources. A large Resource Library features free articles, videos, and blogs on all topics related to Autism, Down syndrome, treatment, funding, diagnosis, Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), and more. Visitors to the site can learn about a variety of Autism and ABA-related topics, confident that what they are reading is evidence-based and reviewed by experts in the field for accuracy and ABA compliance. Special Learning’s comprehensive line of teaching and training solutions, including digital teaching kits, e-books, training webcasts, mobile apps, teaching supports and virtual consulting services, give parents, teachers and providers the knowledge and tools to implement effective teaching and treatment practices for individuals with ASD and other developmental disabilities.
The site also features up-to-date information on Special Learning USA’s most recent solutions-based services, including the SL Virtual Consultation Assessment and Treatment (SL V-CAT) Program, slated to start this fall.
With the launch of this new site, Special Learning USA continues its mission to make a positive impact in the lives of those individuals affected by ASD, Down syndrome, and other developmental disabilities around the globe.
For additional information on Special Learning USA products and services, visit http://www.special-learningusa.com/store.


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