Accessible Educational Materials

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In this AT in Action video, you'll meet Jean, an engaging 6th grader who uses assistive technology to support learning and having fun with friends and family. Jean's mother and 6th grade teacher, Jacob Westman, provide interesting insights into Jean's technology use. Jean uses her iPad in school...

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Meet Brody, a bright young sixth grader who uses assistive technology to help him write and participate in class. In this AT in Action video we also hear from Brody's teacher JoAnn Olsen as well as from Annette Ceretta, the AT Specialist for Brody's school. Brody demonstrates using Co:writer...

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This resource provides visual examples of a range of AT products to help parents who are beginning their search for assistive technology. This fact sheet includes basic questions to be considered when trying to identify assistive technology devices that will best suit your child and illustrated examples of some of...

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We had the opportunity to speak with Ruth Ziolkowski, President and CEO of the well-known assistive technology company Don Johnston, Inc. Ruth has worked with Don Johnston since 1987 and many of her insights into the AT field have been influenced by him. In this issue, Ruth shares her experience...

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In this newsletter, the innovative research and development of Dr. Michael Stinson and his colleagues at RIT's National Technical Institute for the Deaf are featured. Dr. Stinson, Dr. Lisa Elliot and Pam Francis form the core of the team that has developed state-of-the-art speech-to-text displays for deaf and hard of...

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In this article, we bring you the perspective of a professional family advocate - Vivica Brown, Esquire. Founder of Exceptional Student Advocacy in Stone Mountain, Georgia, Ms. Brown, an attorney, shares her experience and advice on family-school relations. Following our lead article with Ms. Brown, you'll find a variety of...

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T his article highlights an interview with RJ Cooper, someone who has spent several decades modifying and customizing devices to serve the needs of the broadest range of children with disabilities. Over the years RJ has offered inspiration and guidance to thousands of families, educators and disability professionals, seeing possibilities...

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Hacking Autism is a software development think tank dedicated to accelerating the development of successful technology to help people with autism communicate and interact with the world. Formed by partnerships with HP, Intel, and several autism advocacy and support groups, Hacking Autism features an App Gallery for popular applications (including...

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Brightstorm is a website that offers tutoring for Mathematics, Science, and English. It also offers test prep for the SAT, ACT, and AP. The website is easy to navigate and there is much information, including videos that address both basic and complex concepts. Videos offer homework help, and topics can...

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When it comes to the complexities of parenting a child with a disability, blogs like Dana Nieder's "Uncommon Sense" are a refreshing source of accessible, family-friendly resources. "Uncommon Sense" is first and foremost a family blog and the posts are geared toward families of children with special needs rather than...

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