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The North Coastal Consortium for Special Education has pages on Assistive Technology that are helpful for educators and assistive technology advocates of all kinds, to keep up to date on the current happenings in the world of AT in education, and have access to other resources. http://nccseat.blogspot.com/ ...

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Welcome to this short video outlining basic topics and concepts for using assistive technology with students with disabilities. Students, parents, teachers and other service professionals can benefit from this overview video.

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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 quick guide describes what it means for technology to be born accessible and why it is important, and what state and local leaders can do to ensure that born accessible technology is integrated into classrooms in their states and districts.

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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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People with disabilities have been documented as individuals who are frequent targets of crime. First responders frequently do not receive much training on how to interact with individuals who have disabilities and much less for individuals who use augmentative/alternative communication (AAC). This webinar from the International Society for Augmentative and...

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How can a school district implement a unified approach to using technology and best practices to meet the needs of students with disabilities and their peers? Learn how Indiana’s Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation (BCSC) staff collaborated with community leaders and outside organizations to embed UDL principles into all of their...

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Bookshare is an online resource for accessible literature for children with disabilities. Their blog is especially helpful for educators in implementing this assistive technology in their classrooms. http://bookshareblog.wpengine.com/2017/08/back-to-school-with-bookshare-tips-from-the-teaching-trenches/

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For children ages 0-5 years old, interventions, special education, and assistive technology for disabilities are rights protected by law. This article covers specific laws that cover the rights of young children with disabilities, emphasizing Assistive Technology.

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