Assistive Technology in the Classroom

School is starting around the country, and students are being introduced into a brand new environment. This can be scary for most, but especially so when that student has a disability. They are exposed to new sights, sounds, and heaps of new stimuli. Teachers are thrown into the mix without the knowledge or tools to assist these new students. There are resources available to help, but here is a short list that may give you some ideas in the classroom.

First of all, 

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Join us for a webinar on Assistive Technology and Schools

Join us for a Webinar on September 14th or 15th to provide information to the parents, guardians, and all other interested parties on assistive technology as it relates to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act of 2004 (IDEA 2004) 

This Training will be sponsored by the Florida Alliance for Assistive Services and Technology (FAAST) and will take place on both days for your convenience. 

 

Remember, we are #here2help!

 

The Webinars will be held on 

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FAAST Access Sign-up!

 

Join the FAAST Access Network as we build a larger, stronger movement of people with disabilities, parents, siblings, and allies.

Be a part of the FAAST Access Network and get information about public policy issues impacting assistive technology, and know when to take timely action. Receive information about what’s going on with FAAST throughout the year including our e-newsletter, event updates and opportunities to support FAAST.

Click here to register!

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