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Assistive Technology (AT) Tools in Schools Booklet


Assistive Technology Network

This guide is designed to support professionals and families in understanding assistive technology (AT) and identifying possible AT tools for students from preschool through high school.

“I have severe dyslexia and it's hard for me to read and write. In the eighth grade, I could not write down a single word. The first time I used a program with voice recognition, I wrote a whole short story. Using AT means I can do things myself and I don't have to depend on someone else to help me.” (Olivia Hampton, I'm Determined Youth Summit, 2019)


Assistive Technology Behavior Communication - AT Computer Access - AT Curriculum/Instructional Methods Hearing Impairment Literacy Math Mobile Devices - AT Vision Impairment