We hope that you and your loved ones are in good health and are finding ways to keep your spirits up. Closed schools present a major challenge, and we would like to do whatever we can to keep your unique learners progressing on their individual learning paths. We’ve gathered many of our remote teaching and learning resources to help you support your children and students. Together, we can keep your children and students growing and learning!
Free Access for Everyone
Our goal is to help as many people as possible during this challenging time. We’ve given our current users free access to our solutions, and now extend the invitation to any teacher, parent, specialist or caregiver. Just request a free trial to get access to our award‑winning programs.
You’ll find a complete Remote Learning Plan plus many helpful resources. There’s support available for getting students set up; videos for getting started with n2y solutions; and plenty of breaking news articles, communication boards and social narratives for helping students to work through this challenging time.
For Parents and Caregivers
If your child’s teacher has granted you access, you’re ready to go! If not, it’s easy to create an account and take advantage of free access to our differentiated, high-interest lessons; weekly current events to connect your child to the world; skill‑based education games for fun, independent practice; symbol communication tools to promote self-expression; and even resources for social-emotional well‑being. Plus plenty of support for getting started, videos of our experts demonstrating how to teach key lessons, and much more!
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