AT Transition Planning

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Electronic aids to daily living (EADL's), also known as ECU (Environmental Control Unit) are a means to interact and manipulate one or more electronic appliance as: a television, radio, CD player, lights, and fan etc. This is accomplished using voice activation, switch access, a computer interface, and adaptations such as...

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The Job Accommodation Network’s (JAN) Searchable Online Accommodation Resource (SOAR) system is designed to let users explore various accommodation options for people with disabilities in work and educational settings. These accommodation ideas are not all inclusive. The SOAR system allows users to obtain accommodation ideas. JAN consultants compile these accommodation...

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Living Well with a Disability is a ten-week peer-facilitated health promotion workshop, provided by the Research and Training Center on Disability in Rural Communities at the University of Montana, for people with disabilities. Participants in the program learn the life skills they need to set and achieve quality-of-life goals and...

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Research shows that adults with cognitive impairment can benefit from cognitive support technologies (CST). Combined with healthy coping strategies, these technologies can help facilitate inclusion in the labour market. This study describes and discusses factors that can promote or inhibit the introduction of CST in vocational rehabilitation services. These descriptions...

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This web page provides guidance on planning, AT product assessment, training, and resources for starting up your own assistive technology resource center. Every person has the right to live independently and people with disabilities are no different. Today they come across various barriers that hinder their education, employment and even...

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The information contained within this guide is designed to provide comprehensive guidance for educators, parents, advocates, and agency personnel regarding the delivery of assistive technology services for students with disabilities. The intent is to help ensure consistent policies and practices among school districts and to provide stakeholders with a clear...

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Assistive Technology for Kansans (ATK) connects people with disabilities and health conditions of all ages with the assistive technology they need to learn, work, play and participate in community life safely and independently. ATK is the Kansas statewide assistive technology program and has AT Access Sites located in Oakley, Wichita,...

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This guide, from The Advocacy Institute and the Children's Law Clinic at Duke Law School, helps families and advocates navigate the process of mediation and resolution sessions in special education. It includes information on terms, mediation vs. resolution session, preparation, negotiation, communication tips, and resources. http://www.advocacyinstitute.org/resources/

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How do educators work to determine which tools and strategies a student might require in order to ensure a free appropriate public education (FAPE)? When it comes to the selection of technology, there are often numerous options that might be put into place. Educators at the secondary level can use...

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This guide offers steps for families to take with their teens and young adults to get them involved in the process of exploring assistive technology. When youth take an active role in choosing their own AT tools, they are more likely to find things that will work well for their...

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