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Inclusion Support Center: We are here for you and your programs during these uncertain times. The Specialists in the Inclusion Support Center are ready and eager to connect with you to support the children and staff in your programs. Please click the "Inclusion Support Center" link on the left to find the correct contact information.


Online Learning Center: We are currently experiencing a high volume of calls to our OLC help desk for technical support (password resets, reactivating accounts, etc.). If you are unable to reach a representative by phone please leave a message or email support@kit.org and we will respond to you as soon as possible. Thank you for your time and patience.

Welcome to the OLC


Take a few minutes to look around and check out these resources to help orient you to the new site:

  1. Take a Custom Tour
  2. Check out our print and video How To Guides
  3. If you are having problems, please read our FAQ's
  4. Can't find what you are looking for?  Submit a question through the Help Desk Form and one of our support center team will get back with you.

KIT Core Inclusion Modules

Interested in inclusion, but don't know where to start? Try these four core modules.

Introduction to Inclusion

Respectful Accommodations

Supporting Positive Behavior

Partnering with Families


Top 5 Trends in Disability Inclusion

In our first Trends Report, we have seen a growing interest in diversity, equity and inclusion in the fields of education, business, media, and popular culture which is making disability inclusion more visible.

To learn more about the Top 5 Trends in Disability Inclusion, read our report.

View Report


Purchase Your KIT Pass Today

A $99 KIT Pass is an annual subscription to the KIT Online Learning Center. This subscription provides unlimited access to our inclusion training e-tools on many topics such as challenging behavior, autism, ADHD and accommodations. The KIT Pass gives you access to bi-monthly webinars, recorded webinars, e-modules accredited by IACET for up to 20+ Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and numerous resources and tools for inclusive practices.


Unified Theater is now a KIT Program!

Unified Theater dissolves typical barriers between youth through transformative performing arts programming. In Unified Theater, young people with and without disabilities, of all backgrounds, come together as equals to put on a production. The production is entirely organized, written, and directed by the students themselves.

You can find Unified Theater materials in these three courses:

For more information or to start a Unified Theater program, please contact unifiedtheater@kit.org.