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What AT Can Help Students with Disabilities?

A project log for LipSync

An assistive tech which allows quadriplegics to use touchscreen mobile devices using a mouth-operated joystick with sip and puff controls

ChadChad 07/19/2018 at 17:450 Comments

We are currently working on expanding our open-source assistive technology library by adding devices that can help youth. We have some questions for teachers to help us get started.

A hand using a key turner to open a door

The key turner, a popular low-tech AT device from our library

What disabilities do your students have? Are there any assistive devices you can think of that would be a valuable addition to your classroom? If your students are already working with some assistive technology, click a photo of the device and send it to us!

You can reach out by contacting Zee Kesler, Makers Making Change Project Manager, at zeek@neilsquire.ca. Thank you for your help!

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