Library plans inclusive programming for children with special needs

12/28/2009 | School Library Journal

A California public-library system is adding a story-time program for children with autism and other special needs. Adaptations for the inclusive story times include carpet squares that help children establish boundaries and books that match words and pictures to enhance children's reading involvement. The strategies have also been shown to be effective with improving literacy skills in English-language learners.

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