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Assistive Technology

Assistive technology can be high tech or low tech. It can be used for communication, computer skills, mobility, learning, play, independent living, and much more. We live in a world where technology is constantly changing and improving. It is important to remain up-to-date on changing opportunities presented by technology for children who are deaf-blind.

Appsolutely Engaging and Educational: Using iPad Apps with Children with Visual Impairments and Additional Disabilities

Assistive Technology Assessment

Communication Technology for Persons Who Are Deafblind

Deafblind Technology Solutions

Family Center on Technology and Disability

Integrating Technology into Literacy Based Activities for Children with Deafblindness (PowerPoint)

iPad Curriculum: Educators for the Blind and Visually Impaired (CTEBVI) 2012 Presentation

Online Resources for the Educational Use of iPads with Children Who Are Blind, Visually Impaired, or Deafblind

Paths to Technology (Perkins School for the Blind)

Tablet Computers and Apps as Informal Assessment Tools


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