Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Assistive technology. Get inspired and try out new things.
There are thousands of assistive technology devices out there helping people with #disabilities improve and maintain function. Here are a few staples!
We can use switches for communication (like recordable switches) and we can use them to access items with wired or wireless switches.
Paula Fader saved to SLP
Shop for your customizable Reading Focus Cards, unique books & services to help you focus and read better!
Andrea D'Arco saved to Andrea
Using assistive technology for writing can help students with dysgraphia demonstrate their knowledge in effective and proactive ways.
Royal Baloo saved to Writing
DIY does not only refer to crafts and handmade solutions, but also being able to complete day to day tasks independently.This post focuses on handmade solutions
Sigal Kuhl saved to Adaptive equipment
Inside: Take a deep dive into learning about AT Assistive Technology, and how it differs from AAC. And 15 IEP goals for assistive technology.
Cindy Williams saved to Dysgraphia
As I mentioned yesterday, assistive technology is anything/anyone that helps a student make progress. There are three types of assistive technology. Low Tech Assistive Technology is the most common form of assistive technology. Most of these are present in most classrooms and we are unaware that we even provide these accommodations. Low Tech Examples: Graphic …
Amatacaldera saved to Assistive Technologies
100 Examples of Low Tech Assistive Technology in the classroom; suggestions for reading, writing, autism, dyslexia and much more.
Janna saved to AT Portfolio
The Reading Pen 2 by Wizcom is an assistive technology device that helps people with reading handicaps, learning disablilites, or people who have trouble paying attention when they are reading. It is a device that will allow people to hear the words instead of having to read them. The device has a webpage that can be located at http://enablemart.com/Welcome/ReadingPen-2. The pen will read the words and give definitions or pronounce a word that may be difficult for someone with a disability…
Tamara Hernandez Jorge saved to To
I seriously love a good DIY classroom project, especially if it saves me money and meets the individual needs of my students. Assistive tech (or AT) is a very general term and can include a variety of equipment, software, etc. that improves the functional and academic abilities of students with disabilities. AT can cost a lot of money in special education classrooms, and let's be real... we don't have a lot of money! It can also be particularly hard to purchase AT for students with multiple…
Hannah Braem saved to OT stuff