SPPS Assistive Technology Newsletter: Tech Talk
Assisitive Technology is any item, piece of equipment, or product system, that helps a child become more capable. Technology can help children who have disabilities do things that others can do without technology. Assistive technology can be anything from a pencil grip to a computer system. Assistive technology can help children be more independent, more productive and have a better quality of life.
Includes: Reading, Writing, Math, Organization & Studying, Communication, Hearing, Vision & Physical Aids, Aids to Daily Living and the SETT framework.
Includes: Access to recreation/leisure activities, Equipment examples for recreation/ leisure activities, Remove barriers with AT, Parent questions, Media/App review and Resources
Inlcudes: Reading supports, Writing supports, Parent questions and Common myths about AT and Literacy
Includes: Visual processing, Physical access, Memorization for Math facts, Math literacy, Reading and Writing Math language, Parent questions, Software supports and Apps.
Includes:The writing process, Writing tasks in school, At & writing, Parent questions and Apps.
Includes: Communication methods, Conveying information visually, Enhancing Auditory Information UDL Solutions, Parent questions, Captioning and Resources
Includes: Laws regarding Postsecondary Transition, Doucmentation requirements, AT in the workplace, Parent questions, Workplace iPad supports & Apps, and Resources.