By definition, assistive technology (AT) spans a continuum of technological devices from simple low-tech items to complex electronics—all of them designed to help level the playing field for kids with learning and other disabilities. But none of them have value… Read the rest
By Eve Kessler, Esq.
When students with learning differences transition from high school to college, Section 504 and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) replace the IDEA as their source of legal protections. This ushers in a new standard for… Read the rest
For students with learning disabilities, technology is an important tool in leveling the playing field, providing struggling students with the ability to access educational material that may otherwise prove challenging to understand.
As Assistive Technology (AT) continues to evolve, the… Read the rest
Students with learning disabilities have benefited tremendously from the technology boom of the past few decades. As Assistive Technology continues to evolve, students are utilizing it in new and different ways to help even the playing field. To figure out… Read the rest
The Apple iPad (and the host of other tablets that followed in its wake) has changed the world of technology, including the world of Assistive Technology (AT). With its intuitive interface, long battery life, instant access to learning apps, small,… Read the rest