• Short-Trial Loan

     

    Low-tech tools


    include hand-held spell checkers, hand-held tape recorders, calculators, electronic memo devices, highlighting tape, headphones, NCR paper for peer note-taking, computer copy holders, organizational tools, communication displays and simple talking switches.


    Software


    available in the areas of keyboarding, writing, early learning, literacy, language arts, math, science, references, customizable programs, daily living, multimedia and art/graphics.


    Hardware


    available in the following categories: portable word processors, computers, alternate keyboards, alternate mouse input devices, switches, and other peripheral devices.


    Voice output devices and programs


    include devices and software which are available which feature digitized or synthesized speech for the student who requires augmentative communication.


    Literacy materials


    available through our Literacy Library to provide demonstration materials to teachers and therapists so teams can explore ways to support literacy learning for students.


    Recreation and leisure materials


    have been adapted for students with assistive technology and augmentative communication needs.


    References:


    A variety of assistive technology and augmentative communication references are available for check-out.