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This blog post gives insightful tips on some assistive technology devices that could be useful for children with Autism Spectrum disorder in the classroom. http://blog.ncpad.org/2017/06/12/assistive-technology-to-improve-education-for-students-with-autism/

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For years, different modes of technology have been used to improve the quality of life of people who have various developmental disabilities. However, the varied use of technology for children with autism continues to receive limited attention, despite the fact that technology tends to be a high interest area for...

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This presentation accompanies the CTD webinar, Writing Strategies for the Reluctant Writer, Including Dysgraphia , featuring Regina Richards, MA. Use this powerpoint to explore some of the reasons students develop a reluctance to express themselves in writing, among these is dysgraphia. It includes a variety of...

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Participants explored some of the reasons students develop a reluctance to express themselves in writing, among these is dysgraphia. Regina Richards, M.A., shared a variety of high-tech and low-tech strategies for reversing writing reluctance. We also discussed handwriting, spelling, and information organization (generating ideas and planning/translating the ideas into written...

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This webinar presents stories and information about technology that can be used by people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to improve their community participation and engagement in community life. The presenters are: Sandy Henry, of Sengistix has supported people with disabilities in the community for over 30 years and was...

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You may be familiar with CNIB’s Braille Creative Writing Contest and CNIB’s role in providing an accessible TD Summer Reading Club. But have you heard of the Readasaurus Kit and AltLit.ca, CNIB’s website about alternative literacy for kids and teens with vision loss? Did you know that CNIB has a...

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Did you know that 85% of what we say is communicated with only 200 basic words? It is now commonly understood in the field of augmentative and alternative communication that all students need access to a commonly used core vocabulary. Core vocabulary is a small set of simple words, in...

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There is more than one way to obtain assistive technology for your child when it is needed. This page offers different options for funding the technology needs of your family with IEPs, Lending Libraries, and other programs and services that ensures your child’s needs are met. http://www.connectwc.org/resources/assistive-technology/

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The High Incidence Accessible Technology (HIAT) website is dedicated to teachers, to better inform them of assistive technology (AT) resources and practices that can better serve the children with disabilities in their classrooms. They have a host of tools available to them for training and implementation of AT to improve...

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Los padres son los abogados más eficaces de los niños. Es crucial que los padres estén preparados e informados cuando reuniéndose con al equipo de IEP. Aprenda sobre las opciones de TA disponibles. La tecnología asistencial puede ser un componente inestimable en la vida diaria de su niño.

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