Explore resources and forms to help teams understand and implement effective AT assessments, as well as SIFTS, an exciting new OCALI tool to support the AT feature matching process.
Start here to get the big picture. General AT information that is quick and easy to understand.
Explore programs providing credentialing with a specialization in assistive technology.
An interactive PowerPoint show that presents student scenarios and potential options for funding.
Ideas for implementing AT to improve access to life tasks (learning, independent living, and work) as well as considerations for systems planning for AT implementation.
Access information and resources about AT tool selection, lending libraries for device trials and purchasing, and funding options.
Learn about assistive technology through on-line modules (ATIM), webinars and webcasts. Explore information on AT university certification, advanced degree programs, and credentialing.
Discover options for AT professional development through college and university programs. Although not a complete list, the programs highlighted offer diversity in educational requirements and focus.
Explore SIFTS (Student Inventory for Technology Supports), a new OCALI tool to support teams through the AT feature matching process.
A collection of blank AT assessment forms that can be used or adapted for use to conduct AT assessments in various areas of need.
Information and forms to assist school IEP teams in considering a student's AT needs in an effective and meaningful way during the annual IEP process.
Information on funding options for AT including school districts, private agencies, public assistance programs, and not-for-profit organizations.
This guide addresses AT in school including devices, services, legal issues, funding, assessment, IEP goals, forms, and checklists.
A review of legislation and laws that pertain to AT including IDEA and section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act.
A collection of blank forms and checklists that might be used in planning for, considering, assessing, or implementing assistive technologies.
An overview of AT devices and services commonly provided within the school setting for curriculum access and other school-related activities.
A review of the AT assessment process. The SETT framework, as well as other AT assessment tools and supports are also discussed.
Discover how to document AT devices and services into the IEP to show how it supports the student's achievement of goals and progress in the general education curriculum.
This video introduces a variety of AT devices and services categorized by areas of learning and physical access.
This video will assist educational professionals and IEP team members in considering and determining student need for assistive technology.
An animated one minute overview of assistive technology addressing the who, what, when, where, and why of AT use.
Learn about assistive technology through online learning modules on a broad range of topics for educators, professionals, families, persons with disabilities, and others.
This module introduces the process of AT assessment including the composition of different types of AT teams, guiding documents and frameworks, and feature-matching.
This module will introduce the reader to a wide variety of tools that can be used to guide the assessment process.
This module will assist educational professionals and IEP team members in considering and determining student need for assistive technology.
A list of website resources that can be used to facilitate the AT assessment process.
Borrow books, videotapes, DVDs, and other media on autism spectrum disorders and low-incidence disabilities from OCALI's online lending library. Resources shipped to Ohioans at no cost.
A collection of assessment and feature matching resources for mobile device/apps consideration.
The 2016 AT Vendor Fair is coming to a region near you!
The nation's premier conference in: Autism, Assistive Technology and Low-Incidence Disabilities. November 18-20, 2015
Learn about digital text and its application for Universal Design for Learning (UDL).
Explore assistive technology (AT) tools and supports to increase access to and success with mathematics.
Experience district-wide comprehensive planning for assistive technology (AT) implementation that allows students improved access to AT supports.
Explore adaptions, modifications, and assistive technology (AT) supports for to improve access to the visual arts for students with disabilities.
This video introduces viewers to AT and takes them through an Individualized Education Program meeting during which AT is considered. (Avaliable in Spanish)
Gain knowledge in UDL and AT to help all students access the curriculum, including those with the most diverse learning needs.
Join us for assistive technology webinars.