"For people without disabilities, technology makes things easier. For people with disabilities, technology makes things possible."
-- IBM Training Manual (1991)
Did You Know?
- Assistive technology (AT) may include any piece of equipment, software, or product that improves, increases, or maintains functional abilities of individuals with disabilities.
- Every IEP meeting requires the team (which includes parents) to consider whether a child with a disability needs assistive technology.
- Know your rights so you can request assistive technology for your child, if needed. Below are resources to inform and assist you.
- If your child was denied AT and you believe it is needed to compensate for your child's disabilities, call Academic Success Advocates for help.
Assistive Technology Resources
BPS Process, AT Consideration Worksheet