Do you have a student who needs access to e-books (perhaps to both hear and see text), but does not qualify for Learning Ally or Bookshare?
10 product types to consider for getting comfortable, avoiding pressure injury and reducing anxiety.
In celebration of AAC Awareness Month, here’s a wonderful post from the USSAAC SpeakUp blog by Lauren Enders, MA, CCC-SLP. She focuses on apps for making learning language fun.
Most of these tips correlate to one overarching principle: assistive technology as an extension of a person’s personal space, perhaps best understood as an extension of their body.
Free AT webinars from around the Web, compiled by the Assistive Technology Coalition
Thank you to Adam Kosakowski, M.Ed., ATP, from the Connecticut Tech Act Project for this digital accessibility tip!
Inspired by her own experience, Rita Howells has joined a team of instructors who are blind to create free online trainings for individuals with vision impairments to master the iPhone and iPad.
Thank you to Rita Howells and the Illinois Assistive Technology Program for providing these home button accessibility insights.