Involving Teens and Young Adults in Selecting Assistive Technology

The Center on Technology and Disability has a new resource paper out on selecting assistive technology with students and young adults. This resource helps families to get teens and young adults involved in learning about and selecting assistive technology. An important goal for older students is to understand the areas in which technology can support them in their educational and employment goals. This enables students to advocate for themselves, and to take an active role in selecting assistive technology to address their needs.  This is a downloadable resource on the CTD website  .

The CTD website has a great library of resources including Early Childhood, Education K-12, Student & Family Support, Transition and State & Local Resources!

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