The following tips are intended to help you be an active team member in finding and using the right assistive
technology for your child.
The range of A.T. goes from “low tech” (like pencil grips or magnifying glasses) to “high tech” (like iPads and environmental control units).
In 2009 public school teachers across the country were surveyed on how they used technology to help students learn. 97% of teachers reported that they had one or more computers in the classroom and that the classrooms were wired for Internet access. Students were using the computers and other technology …