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Jack Orchard, write a book with his eye gaze using technology from www.eyegaze.com. Pinned by Kendal K.

An insight into eye tracking

Writing a Successful Letter of Medical Necessity for Assistive Technology - Pinned by @PediaStaff – Please visit http://ht.ly/63sNt for all (hundreds of) our pediatric therapy pins

Writing a Successful Letter of Medical Necessity for Assistive Technology - Pinned by – Please visit for all (hundreds of) our pediatric therapy pins

Perfect for the holidays, the TalkTrac wearable communicator makes on-the-go communication easier than ever. Our assistive technology stores 8 messages for special needs users to be more comfortable in social situations. #wearables

High Tech AT Perfect for the holidays, the TalkTrac wearable communicator makes on-the-go communication easier than ever. Our assistive technology stores 8 messages for special needs users to be more comfortable in social situations.

The Family Center on Technology and Disability (FCTD) and PACER Center are pleased to announce the release of our new assistive technology awareness series, AT in Action.  Funded by the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP), this fully-captioned video series is designed to strengthen awareness of AT devices t...

The Pacer Center offers videos that show AT in action. In this video, meet Mason, a young boy with vision loss who, with the help of AT, is able to learn reading and writing in the same classroom as his sighted peers.

Check out the incredible presentation I just found entitled Creating Communication Environments: An Overview by Judi Cumley and Mary Wirkus of the Wisconsin Assistive Technology Initiative  SPECTACULAR INFORMATION!!

Check out the incredible presentation entitled Creating Communication Environments: An Overview by Judi Cumley and Mary Wirkus of the Wisconsin Assistive Technology Initiative SPECTACULAR INFORMATION!

Check out these #AAC Mythbusters - you're never too old, too young, too verbal, too *anything* to use AAC. Everyone has the right to communicate.

Check out these Mythbusters - you're never too old, too young, too verbal, too *anything* to use AAC. Everyone has the right to communicate.

Make your own adaptive devices. Over 1000 diy ideads from Abledata

home made adaptive devices. TONS of cheap ideas!- Any one still need a low tech device idea?

▶ AutisMate Success Story: "T" Is Building Independence With AutisMate - YouTube

T is a minimally verbal child with autism that attends school at the Brooklyn Autism Center. He has been using AutisMate to build independence, communication.

How do you know?

“How do you know if a child is an appropriate candidate for augmentative communication intervention?

Ansley ALT CHAT - YouTube - Great example of Aided Language Stimulation/modeling by the therapist - Little 2 year old Ansley was introduced to the Alt-Chat for the first time when this movie was made. She is using a 15 location vocabulary file called Multi-Chat which allows her to comment, respond, request, label and socially interact.

Little 2 year old Ansley was introduced to the Alt-Chat for the first time when this movie was made. She is using a 15 location vocabulary file called Multi-.

This is an informative board that has 5 different links to information regarding AAC and assessment.

Five AAC-Related Assessment Tools You Should Know About. Provides Links to a few tools when looking at AAC assessment *Pinned by CAR

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