The UDL Guidelines by CAST CAST is a nationally recognized organization which offers numerous resources related to UDL. This link to their guidelines offers a set of concrete suggestions to ensure that all learners can access and participate in meaningful challenging learning opportunities.
UDL Checklist for Early Childhood Environments From the Center on Technology and Disability, this checklist helps providers in early childhood environments evaluate how they can be responsive to all children’s needs.
UD and UDL resources from the National Professional Development Center on Inclusion (NPDCI) The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill supports this website that was funded through a Department of Education grant. It offers numerous valuable resources on UDL.
Learning Module on Assistive Technology A comprehensive learning module on what Assistive Technology is and how it can promote access and participation for children.
The Right Mix to Support Social-Emotional Health in Early Childhood A document from the Colorado Health Institute and the Colorado Department of Early Childhood that gives guidance to Colorado Community-based organizations supporting social emotional health in early childhood.
Anchor Center for Blind Children – Educational Lessons and Learning Includes numerous free resources on communication & language, literacy, braille, cortical visual impairment (CVI), deafblind, assistive technology, orientation & mobility, sensory, fine motor, gross motor, horticultural therapy, and music therapy.
Parent Resources from A Shared Vision Includes free recipes, crafts, and toy ideas designed to help support young children who are blind, deaf-blind, or visually impaired.
Perkins eLearning for Professional Development Offers professional development opportunities for educators of students with vision loss. They offer both free and paid opportunities for learning.
Preschool Development Grant: Inclusion & Universal Design Project The website of the Inclusion & Universal Design Project run by the Center for Inclusive Design and Engineering and supported by the Colorado Department of Early Childhood through the state’s Preschool Development Grant.