ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY (AT) COMMUNICATION


After discussing the student's present levels of educational performance and developing the measurable annual goals, if you are concerned that the student may need assistive technology to enable access to this area:    Communication

There are many other tools. This list is just to help the IEP team get started to determine what may be needed.
  • Gestures
  • Body Expressions
  • Vocalizations
  • Communication Partners
  • Pictures
  • Actions
  • Sign Language
  • Communication Books with pictures/words/objects
  • Eye gaze frame
  • Simple voice output device
  • Voice ouput device with sequencing
  • Voice output device with dynamic display
  • Voice output device with recordable speech recognition
  • Word Processing Device with text