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The first and only school of its kind, Exceptional Minds (EM) is a non-profit vocational school with a curriculum specially designed to prepare young adults on the autism spectrum for careers in digital animation and visual effects. The three-year program, designed as a bridge between high school and meaningful employment,...

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Featuring AT Specialists Diana Petschauer and Alyssa Marinaccio, the AT & Accommodations Supporting Successful Transition webinar provides parents and professionals with resources and strategies to help ensure that the transition from high school to college is a successful one. This Q&A is based on key issues discussed in the webinar....

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This study compared the effectiveness of three navigation tools ( printed maps, Google Maps on a mobile device, and an AR navigation app on a mobile device) for college students with intellectual disabilities (IDs) or autsism spectrum disorder (ASD) to navigate unknown business locations. The three navigation tools produced noticeable...

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Part of the webinar Supporting Students with Dyslexia: Standards, Accommodations, and Strategies , this matrix offers educators and service providers an extensive list of Apps and Extensions aligning students’ needs and accommodations with features, price, and platform availability.

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In this video, an assistive technology specialist from PACER Center answers a question about helping teens read the more complex text you might find in high school and college and offers assistive technology as a solution. Three strategies are offered to help get teens ready for the rigor of college-level...

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In this video, an assistive technology specialist from PACER Center answers a question about helping teens be more independent with their work and offers assistive technology as a solution. Three strategies are offered to help get you started with helping your child be independent in high school and beyond....

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This guide provides parents a brief overview of the ways assistive technology can help grow their child’s independence. Topics covered include: examples of assistive technology for managing schoolwork, reading and writing, and focus and time management, as well as helpful strategies for encouraging their child’s independence.

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This guide can help your child with a learning disability take important steps towards independence for high school, postsecondary education, and employment. Topics covered include: setting priorities and goals, working with your child’s IEP team, and exploring assistive technology.

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In this webinar, Richard Ellenson talks about his experiences and perspectives to illustrate the observed and anticipated trends from Assistive to Inclusive Technology.

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Published in the Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability (2015), this article describes implementation of a Transition Program designed to address the needs of students diagnosed with ASD enrolled at institutions of higher education. The authors also discuss the potential for program and replication in other institutions of higher education....

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