Developmental disability

Leo's Story: Empowered by Assistive Technology


In this video Leo's mom discusses the important role of assistive technology in helping Leo communicate. The iPad and Proloquo2go are just one his communication modes, along with sign and speech.

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There is a well captioned version of this video available on the universalsubtitles.org website.

AssistiveWare - He always understood - Enrique


The story of 9-year-old Enrique who has Down Syndrome and does not speak, but now thanks to Proloquo2Go is able to communicate effectively with his family and at school.

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Simplified English for News Articles

News In Levels is a new service that takes online articles in English text and renders them in 3 distinct language levels.

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Why Mobile Learning?


Children using tablets as AAC devices in a classroom setting. Skip in to :56 sec for the best parts. 

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Assistive Technology for Infants and Toddlers


A training presented on Thursday, January 19, 2012 by Debbie Drennan and Janet Nunez, Parents Helping Parents iTECH Center is called "From Velcro to…. Assistive Technology for Ages 0-5: Exploring the Potential"  Assistive technology (AT) can do much to support diverse learners in the areas of communication, behavior, play and learning.

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Technology for Travel Training

Technology based on GPS is just beginning to fulfill it's potential for people with developmental disabilities to travel on public transit independently.

Mobile devices with GPS, the ability to talk, maps, and access to public transit schedules have obvious potential for supporting individuals with cognitive disabililties in planning, executing, and feeling confident about navigating public transportation. 

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