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This PowerPoint presentation accompanies the webinar, Innovative Strategies to Enhance Understanding and Comprehension with Assistive Technology , with Karen Janowski, an Assistive & Educational Technology Consultant and former Adjunct Professor at Simmons College in Boston, MA. Here, teachers will learn about a variety of...

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A study conducted by Gabrielle Young, PhD, on the basics of assistive technology and its impacts on students with disabilities. The author explores different types of AT , from low tech to high tech, and how they can help students with different learning disabilities succeed in the classroom. She...

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Windows has provided new accessibility features in their latest update late 2017 (Windows 10). Windows has considered those who rely on assistive technology for the improvements on the software. These developments include vision, hearing, physical, and cognitive improvements that people with disabilities are able to benefit from. Learn more on...

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Social Thinking is a company that provides socialization products for people with sensory disabilities like autism or aspergers. Their products can be used together for a specific age group to teach and motivate kids to improve their social competencies in a fun and engaging manner. In this Social Thinking webinar,...

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Coaches, activity leaders, program planners and administrators can all benefit from having a method of making appropriate adaptations and modifications to sport activities. This article from Inclusive Sport Design web site covers four frameworks for seeing how to approach inclusive sport design.

Read the article here: http://inclusivesportdesign.com/turtorials/how-to-adapt-and-modify-your-sport-activities-to-include-all/...

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This webinar provides information on using assistive technology (AT) in early childhood. Did you know that the most frequent users of AT are babies? That's right… infants and toddlers with disabilities use the widest variety of AT supports throughout each day to participate in routine activities. Dr. Sue Mistrett, from...

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As film critic Roger Ebert, whose jaw was removed to treat cancer, wrote in 2009 about how frustrating it was to use the standard AAC device generic voice: “I sound like Robby the Robot. Eloquence and intonation are impossible.” He was tired of being ignored in conversations or coming across...

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Humans are social beings, having conversations, making friendships and communities. Social interaction is the key to our happiness. By definition, children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) struggle to be socially appropriate and connected. If offered the opportunity to socialize through an avatar, we have found that children with ASD are...

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Every parent just wants their child to make friends, succeed, and be happy. But, for many parents of children with autism, these goals are more difficult to achieve, especially in social realms where their child may experience anxiety while trying to make connections with others. Three successful strategies for helping...

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For classrooms that have a variety of learners, or students with disabilities, it's important for teachers to know how to tailor their instructional methods to be able to better suit the needs of diverse learners. This article gives basic information on what differentiated instruction is, accommodations and some low-tech solutions...

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