Intelligent Lives Film Partnership
NASP is partnering with award-winning director Dan Habib on his Intelligent Lives film, a catalyst to transform the label of intellectual disability from a life sentence of isolation into a life of possibility. The film follows the stories of three young adults with intellectual disabilities as they challenge perceptions of intelligence while navigating high school, college, and the workforce.
We are honored to collaborate with Dan to raise awareness, engage communities, and create a more inclusive world. We encourage our members to attend or host a screening of the film!
Host or Attend a Screening
Want to bring Intelligent Lives to your school or district? Click the links below to view a list of upcoming screenings, request to host a screening at your school or university, or learn more about the film.
Best Practices in Intellectual Disability Identification
This article provides an overview of identification of intellectual disabilities, with a focus on meeting legal and ethical requirements when assessing children from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and those living in poverty.
Rights Without Labels: Thirty Years Later
This article looks back on a position paper written in 1986 calling for the need to serve students with special needs within the general education setting without labeling them and how far we have come since then.
Assessment of Cognitive Ability of Students With Severe and Low-Incidence Disabilities—Part 1
This article provides a review of the literature examining a variety of tests of cognitive ability that can be used with students with severe and low-incidence disabilities.
School Psychologists’ Involvement in Assessment
This position statement outlines school psychologists’ role in data-based decision making across a variety of areas.