Transitioning with Assistive Technology. Presented by Esther Fintushel From Ingham ISD *Originally prepared by Penny Reed and Therese Canfield from WATI. Purpose:.
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*Originally prepared by Penny Reed and Therese Canfield from WATI
If a student with disabilities requires assistive technology to accomplish functional skills, the use of that technology must be included in effective transition planning. This talk will discuss the specifically designed forms to assist the student’s team in coordinating the transition process.
65% of adults with disabilities are unemployed.
Research shows that even students successfully using assistive technology (AT) in school are not using their AT after graduation.
(Wisconsin Assistive Technology Initiative)