Monthly Archives: April 2010

Benefits of Assistive Technologies in schools

Assistive Technologies are the tools and strategies that help individuals with disabilities increase new ways to “assist” interactions and learning. I think that assistive technologies help promoting independent participation in classrooms. Low-tech to high-tech assistive technology can provide customized access … Continue reading

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What do you do now after you graduate?

The number of high school students with disabilities who are planning to continue their education in postsecondary schools is increasing.  Some may seek to continue two- and four-year colleges and universities.  Others plan to enroll in vocational and career schools.  Of … Continue reading

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