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Assistive Technology

Definition of Assistive Technology Any item, piece of equipment, or product system, that is used to increase, maintain, or improve the functional capabilities of a child with a disability.
No-Tech (No-Technology) Any assistive device that is not electronic.
Examples of No-Tech -Note-taking -A nonslip placemat on a student's desk that makes it easier for her to pick up items because it stops them from sliding
Low-Tech (Low-Technology) Low cost (typically non electronic devices)
Examples of Low-tech -Photo album where a child points to a picture to express what they would like to eat. -A rubber pencil grip that enables a student with a disability to better grasp a pencil or pen.
Specialized Tech Assistive technology that requires more training and more funds. These items are usually electronic or computerized.
Examples of Specialized Tech -power wheelchairs -hearing aids -braille readers -specialized computer hardware: such as touchscreens and specialized software.
Created by: Afindley