• Assistive Technology Support

    Assistive Technology is available to help students with a variety of disabilities— from cognitive problems to physical impairment. Using technology to enhance learning is an effective approach that proves successful for many children. Additionally, students with learning disabilities often experience greater success when allowed to use their abilities and strengths to work around their challenges (disabilities). Assistive technology tools combine the best of these practices.

    Assistive Technology for students with learning disabilities is defined as any device, piece of equipment or system that helps bypass, work around or compensate for their specific learning deficits. Assistive Technology does not cure or eliminate learning disabilities, but helps students reach their potential by allowing them to capitalize on their strengths and bypass areas of difficulty. It compensates for a student’s skill deficit or area of disability.

    If your student qualifies to receive assistive technology or would like to follow up on your students’ referral, please contact our Assistive Technology Consultants at (734) 994-2318 or via email:    
     
    Nancy Brown
     
    Margaret Bouwkamp (Speech Only)
     
    Makia Alexander
     
    Darcy Lees (Speech Only) 
      
    Raleigh Sadlier 
     

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