AT for Education

Assistive technology for individuals and classrooms

Assistive Technology

Providing AT services to provide access, literacy and independence.

Assistive Technology Training & Assessments

We provide training and assessments that are customized to meet your needs.

AT for Education provides Assistive Technology & Accessibility Services for students and adults in the education environment as well as the workplace.

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Assistive Technology Services

From consultation to implementation, demonstrations & loans, Universal Design and IEP goals, even support with funding options or meeting audit requirements, our team is ready to help with your assistive technology needs nationwide. Documentation & Website Accessibility Testing and Compliance also provided.

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Workshops and PD Trainings

Hands-On Training- Individual and group PD, live interactive webinars or online meetings are provided nationally and internationally, and can be customized to the specific needs of an individual,  school, business or organization

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AT for Schools and Districts

Our team of experts has collectively over thirty-five years of experience in Special Education, Assistive Tech and Tech Integration. K-12, Post-Secondary and adult education, as well as Transition to the workplace & community.

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AT Assessments

Comprehensive Assistive Technology and AAC (Augmentative Communication) assessments to determine which technologies would improve a student or individual’s performance, participation, communication and independence. Access to Language, Literacy and Learning to meet competencies, standards and goals.

Fostering Access to Education, Employment, Independent Living, and The Community

Events & Training:

May 3, 2016 in Uncategorized

Supporting Students with Dyslexia: Standards, Accommodations, Technology & Strategies! FREE webinar!

Join us! Research-based intervention, assistive technologies, goals and accommodations, and how CCSS and ESSA support these interventions for students with Dyslexia! Dyslexia is the most common type of specific learning…

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May 2, 2016 in Uncategorized

CAST UDL Symposium, August Professional Development! Join us at our sessions!

  Join us at CAST’s second annual UDL Symposium. Together we’ll explore the latest research and UDL strategies for motivating and engaging learners. The Symposium brings together curriculum designers, technology…

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April 14, 2016 in Uncategorized

Summer Reading & Literacy Support for Dyslexia& Learning Disabilities, Scheduling Fall Openings Also!

Looking for Summer Reading & Literacy Support for your Student or Child? Support to continue Orton-Gillingham Programs and other supportive literacy programs such as Wilson or Spire? Kelsey Hall, one…

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April 10, 2016 in Uncategorized

AT and AAC Summer Camps and Professional Development Workshops!

The professionals at ATforED have scheduled many upcoming AT and AAC summer camps and summer professional development workshops! Contact us today to schedule a training workshop or AT summer camp…

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