2 edition of Assistive Technology Solutions for IEP Teams found in the catalog.
|Statement||Attainment Co Inc|
|Publishers||Attainment Co Inc|
|LC Classifications||February 2, 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 105 p. :|
|Number of Pages||99|
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The National Assistive Technology Device Reutilization Coordination and Technical Assistance Center fosters improvements in AT reuse practices and networks among AT Reuse programs. If the IEP team refers your child, the evaluation is at no cost to you.
Most IUs have local procedures for requesting technical assistance or training; teams are encouraged to contact the IU for more information. Other members of the team also may determine that a reevaluation is necessary before making a determination, and may request a reevaluation.
Learn about accessible materials and resources. These laws bar institutions of higher education from requiring the use of technology that is inaccessible to individuals with disabilities, unless the institutions provide accommodations or modifications that would permit an individual with a disability to use the technology in an equally effective manner.
provides an overview of assistive technologies and advice about selecting appropriate tools for children with learning problems. When an individual is identified with a disability and assistive technology is recommended, where do you begin?
IDEA defines an 'assistive technology device' as. These sample solutions can help IEP teams determine appropriate accommodations, modifications, and technology solutions.protect the rights of students with disabilities.
Incorporation of assistive technologies are addressed in the to support all students and addressed specifically to address learning, teaching, and infrastructure required to support such technologies. For example, if the device is sent out for repairs for a long time, and you want the school to make the effort to get a loaner, and not just wait for it to come back for 3 months.