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Assistive Technology and Apps to Support Learners with Autism

Assistive Technology and Apps to Support Learners with Autism

In this webinar from the Center on Technology and Disability, two experts demonstrate and discuss various apps and Assistive Technology (AT) options, including wearable technology to support students with autism.

In this webinar, Diana Petschauer and Stacy Driscoll demonstrate and discuss various apps and Assistive Technology (AT options, including wearable technology to support students with autism, to foster engagement, inclusion, independence and success in the educational environment.

Autism App Matrix

Children and youth with autism face a variety of challenges in communication, executive functioning, social skills, behavior/self-management, and learning. This apps guide, developed by Diana Petschauer and Stacy Driscoll, provides a well-organized matrix of mobile apps and links to other resources that can help those on the autism spectrum address those challenges.

 

Center on Technology and Disability

The Center on Technology and Disability (CTD) helps children and youth with disabilities and their families, teachers, and service providers by providing a wide range of resources on assistive and instructional technology tools. CTD is funded by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) under award #H327F130003.

Center on Technology and Disability (2017)

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