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Kids Included Together (KIT) is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization founded in San Diego, CA in 1997. KIT envisions a world where inclusion is the norm, not the exception because children with disabilities, complex needs or challenging behaviors have the right to meaningfully participate in their communities.

The lives of ALL children are enhanced through shared experiences and friendships with peers who may or may not have disabilities. In addition, inclusive practices foster self-determination for children with disabilities. In support of a more inclusive world, KIT teaches inclusive practices to individuals and organizations who serve children to change their attitudes and practices. KIT training breaks down barriers to inclusion and builds confidence in serving ALL children.

Learning about inclusion enriches the lives of ALL who participate and increases understanding and acceptance of disabilities as a natural part of life. KIT provides best-in-class inclusion training on-site and online through the KIT Online Learning Center. KIT also provides observations, consultations and recommendations to ensure organizations are confident in serving ALL children, regardless of ability.


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5 Questions to Ask Families

5 Questions to Ask Families In Action

Apoyando el Desarrollo Emocional Nino Pequenos

Attention Getters

Behavior as Communication

Building Strong Teams

Burnout Series: 5 Phases of Burnout

Burnout Series: Avoiding Burnout

Burnout Series: Causes of Burnout

Calming Tools

Case-by-Case Checklist

Case-by-Case Checklist How-To

Caught Being Great

Celebrating Diversity with Teens

Communicating Your Commitment to Inclusion

Connect & Redirect Play-by-Play

Consejos Para Programas Inclusivos

Contributing Factors Assessment

Contributing Factors Assessment How-To

Conversations with Families

Conversations with Families Video

Creando un Plan de Comportmiento Sencillo

Creating a Simple Behavior Plan

Cultivar Conocimiento Respetuoso En Relacion con Las Discapacidades

Cultivate Respectful Disability Awareness

Defining Expectations: Teaching Children What is Expected of Them

Disability Accommodations

Easing Transitions

Effective Calming Spaces

Engaging All Learners

Es esta programa el lugar adecuado para mi hijo

Examples of Possible Accommodations for Children and Youth with Disabilities

Exploring Expectations

Gathering Information from Families

Getting Buy-In from Families

Getting the Most from Your Visual Schedule

How To Build Resilience Skills in Children and Youth

How to Communicate Effectively with Parents

How to Have an Inclusive Prom

How to Implement Visual Supports for Activity Areas

How to Use Pictures to Enhance Activities

Implementing Strategies in the Classroom

Inclusion Checklist

Inclusive Program Goals

Inclusive Schools Week Activity Guide

Individual Sensory Activities

Indoor Gross Motor Games

Infant Sensory Activities

Lista Enumerada de Inclusion para Promgramas

Managing Group Transitions

Masks: Engaging with Infants

Mensajes de Programas Inclusivos

Mental Health Basics

Multi-Sensory Stories

Perspective on Disability - Cara Liebowitz

Recolectando Informacion para Familias

Reflect, Connect, and Redirect

Reflexion Guiada de Entrenamiento Necesario

Respondiendo a Comportamientos Negativos

Responding to Negative Behaviors

Sample Behavior Plan

Scripted Stories

Self-Care Before, During, and After Work

Sensory Support - How to Accommodation Children Who are Over or Under-Sensitive

Sensory Supports

Setting the Stage for Friendships

Simple Signs

Social Support - How to Facilitate Positive Interactions

Spaces to Meet Sensory Needs

Speaking with Families about Inclusion

Strength-Based Approach to Needs

Supporting Children Who Are Non-Verbal

Supporting Positive Communication

Supporting Toddler Emotional Development

Supporting Virtual Learning for Students with IEPs

Teaching Signs

The "Secret Sauce" of Post-Quarantine Re-Entry

The Five Stages of Naptime Transition

Top Tips for Inclusive Programs

Training Needs Guided Reflection

Transition Activities for Every Age

Transition Songs

Understanding the KIT Support Pyramid

Using Relaxation Techniques

Using Your Voice

Visual Support

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