ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY (AT) HEARING

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: Hearing

There are many other tools. This list is just to help the IEP team get started to determine what may be needed.
  • Pen and paper
  • Picture assistance
  • Sign language
  • Gestures
  • TTY/TDD with or without relay
  • Signaling device
  • Closed Caption
  • Real Time Captioning
  • NCR note taking
  • Computer aided notetaking
  • Software aided notetaking
  • Word processing device
  • Flash alert signal on computer or phone
  • Phone amplifier
  • Personal ampliciation system
  • Hearing aid
  • FM system
  • Infrared system
  • Headphones