Alyssa Marinaccio, M.Ed, ATP is the Assistive Technology Coordinator for the Office of Disability Services at the University of Connecticut, previously the AT coordinator at Keene State College, as well as a consultant for AT for ED. Alyssa helps students to access post secondary education through the use of various Assistive Technologies. Alyssa developed KSC’s ‘AT Web Resource’, a website specifically designed to give high school/college students a place to start with free/low cost AT, as well as co-developed CSD Tech: https://csd.uconn.edu/csdtech/. Both have become effective resources for institutions allowing students transitioning into college to hit the ground running with AT. Alyssa presents and trains locally and nationally.
- Specializing in: AT for Learning Disabilities, ADHD, and Print Disabilities all ages, Switch Access for iPad and Computer, Adaptive/ Alternative Mice, Computer Access, Free/Low Cost Options, Access in Post-Secondary Education, and Alternative Text.
- Text-to-Speech, Literacy Software, Voice Recognition, iPad Apps, Notetaking Support, Executive Function Support, Free Online Resources, Accessible Versions of Textbooks, Adaptive Mice, Alternative Keyboards, Switch Access.