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Areas designed for early intervention use include supports to help young children participate in daily activities. This checklist can help educators ensure that these areas are well-equipped for inclusive learning, and promote growth for a diverse population of preschool children with a wide range of abilities and interests.

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Play is a critical component of childhood. However, children with disabilities may have difficulty interacting with objects and people due to the barriers that their disabilities present. Because these young children may be restricted in the ways they play, communicate, and move, innovative ideas must be found that promote new...

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It is important for parents to understand the “language” of assistive technology so they can be informed advocates for their child’s technology needs. The following glossary of terms can help parents learn about the kinds of assistive technologies that are available and how they can be used. (Get...

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Authors and web developers need to be aware of a myriad of parts when it comes to accessibility, particularly for students and those who use assistive technology (AT). This article shows a graphic that breaks down development from content creation to the laws that govern accessibility, particularly when it comes...

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Researchers from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) have developed a new system that uses a 3-D camera, a belt with separately controllable vibrational motors distributed around it, and an electronically reconfigurable Braille interface to give visually impaired users more information about their environments. The system could be...

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As states and districts across the nation increase their use of technology to support instruction and communication, the issue of accessible content for students, families, and community members with disabilities requires consideration in the decision making process. Addressing digital accessibility takes a team-based approach. In this webinar, Utah panelists...

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An alternative to the computer mouse specially designed for people with no or limited hand movement, the GlassOuse is put on the head of the user and the cursor moves according to the head movements. The device is compatible with all Windows, Android, Linux, and Smart TV devices via Bluetooth....

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The Open Standard from the London-based non-profit, WayFindr, provides guidelines for software developers and architects to make buildings easier to navegate for people with impaired vision. With this resource, venue owners can increase accessibility and therefore profitability, developers and designers can create navegation products to assist vision impaired people, and...

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In order to accommodate visitors or residents with disabilities in your home, you may need to add a wheelchair ramp, which allows users to avoid stairs. Discover more about the average costs of wheelchair ramp construction as well as various factors to take into consideration when designing your ramp. Keep...

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Mathjax is a unique, open source, JavaScript platform for the online display of mathematics. This document presents current efforts that depend on a novel interpretation of Presentation MathML expressions. This allows for the introduction of new insights on responsive equations, on which to build advanced accessibility features with improved reflow...

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