.I have created a guide titled Working with Students with Specials Needs for paras, substitutes, and volunteers to educate them on using "person-first" language, general information about disabilities and their characteristics and successful teaching strategies, and quick tips for providing modifications in the classroom.
Top 100 Special Needs Resources on the Web. Their list is a great collection of sites that highlight both individual and family journeys with special needs. Some of the sites offer advice or links to additional resources that they feel are very useful to those in the special education field.
A presentation and poster explaining what inclusion is/should be in the classroom or school environment. This is full of simplified statements and could be expanded upon for awareness or staff training purposes.
Manage classroom behaviors with a calm down kit! Use these visual tools to help students learn to regulate emotions and cope with challenges in an appropriate manner. This is great for students with autism and special needs.