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AT Network Self-Paced Training: Assistive Technology in Education

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  1. AT Network Training: Assistive Technology in Education
  2. Collaborators Parents Helping Parents, Alliance for Technology Access, AT Network
  3. iTECH Center
  4. A Program of PHP
  5. Please Note:
  6. THIS TRAINING IS PROVIDED BY THE AT NETWORK AND THE ALLIANCE FOR TECHNOLOGY ACCESS IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF REHABILITATION AND CALIFORNIA'S INDEPENDENT LIVING CENTERS. THANKS TO THE STAFF OF THE ITECH CENTER AT PARENTS HELPING PARENTS FOR AUTHORING THIS RESOURCE.
  7. Access California and AT Network
  8. What is Assistive Technology?
  9. AT can help someone to:
  10. Examples of Assistive Technology
  11. Assistive Technology Definitions
  12. Assistive Technology Definitions
  13. School Age Children
  14. Disability as defined in 504:
  15. IDEA 2004 - New Provisions
  16. IDEA: AT is required if…
  17. AT is provided at no cost to student and family
  18. Other Funding Sources
  19. What Are AT Services?
  20. Training is for:
  21. Abandonment of AT Matching Persons to Technology study
  22. Consideration of AT
  23. Team Members May Include:
  24. Quality Indicators
  25. Consideration Steps
  26. Decision Making Process
  27. Decision Making Strategies
  28. Consideration Checklist
  29. Determine the Need for AT
  30. Documentation in IEP
  31. Four Outcomes of Consideration
  32. Documentation in the IEP: No AT required
  33. Documentation in IEP: AT Required
  34. Documentation in the IEP More Information is Needed
  35. More Information is Needed
  36. After the Assessment:
  37. Including AT in the IEP
  38. Acquisition
  39. Student Considerations
  40. Team Considerations
  41. Develop Implementation Plan
  42. Responsibilities of Team Members in Implementation
  43. Assessing Success
  44. Periodic Review
  45. Frequently Asked Questions
  46. Frequently Asked Questions?
  47. Resources
  48. Tools for Auditory Processing
  49. Tools for Vision: software
  50. Enlarged/Colored Cursors Freeware & Shareware
  51. Tools for Sight Words: Low-Tech / Software
  52. Tools for Writing: Low-Tech
  53. On-Screen Keyboard - FREE!
  54. Tools for Writing: software
  55. Tools for Writing: software
  56. Voice Recognition Programs
  57. Tools for Comprehension: Low- Tech/Software
  58. Tools for Comprehension
  59. Tools for Comprehension
  60. E-text Websites
  61. Math - Low-Tech
  62. Math Software
  63. Math Resources - Free!
  64. Tools for Communication: Low- to Mid-tech
  65. Communication: High-Tech
  66. Macintosh Downloads
  67. Windows Downloads
  68. Assistive Technology Websites:
  69. iTECH Contact Information
  70. Resources and References
  71. Access California

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Assistive Technology in Education

Authors: Janet Nunez, & Debbie Drennan

AT Specialists, iTECH Center at Parents Helping Parents

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