Assistive Technology to Support Students with Special Needs. Doreen Engel, MA Director of Special Education Archdiocese of Washington Distributed by the National Catholic Partnership on Disability www.ncpd.org. Universal Design.
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Doreen Engel, MA
Director of Special Education
Archdiocese of Washington
Distributed by the
National Catholic Partnership on Disability
Assistive Listening Devices
Books on CD (RFB&D)
Free on-line software
Free Natural Reader
Other commercially available products:
Boardmaker Plus (communication)
WordQ (Word prediction software)
Soliloquy Reading (Reading assistant)
Solo (All-in-one product with text-to-speech, dictation, graphic organizer, and word prediction)
(When working with a child with a hearing loss, be certain the audiologist is involved in the selection of the device.)
Universal Design approach allows children with different reading/comprehension levels to access the same book.
Also check out
Two people can look at the same document on-line in real time. They can both edit the document, and the other person can see the changes immediately.
Unlimited Site License: $1800. Maybe we have schools who would like to share this?
More info at http://www.scilearn.com/products/reading-assistant/