Assistive technology is an umbrella term that includes assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities and also includes the process used in selecting, locating, and using them
Also thru this: Crayola "slick sticks". They write even with very light pressure. Or, breaking crayons in half will help children to use the tripod grasp. (Heard from an OT). 10 ways to help kids with disabilities draw and write
As we kick off Meals here are some great adaptive cooking utensils! Oh finally, I found a site that has great ideas for kids with bilateral or hand coordination issues. Perfect for CP, MS and a host of other special needs as well.
Flip and Communicate Wrist Wrap - handy to use out on the playground as an add-on to a primary aac system. Although this is not assistive technology I think it would be a wonderful tool to be made into assistive technology.
Assistive technology (AT) can be a huge help for kids with math issues like dyscalculia. Certain AT tools for math are common, like calculators and graph paper. But there are lots of other AT tools that can be used for math.
Creating Assistive Technology Solutions in Minutes
Here are five different tips for Low Tech Assistive Technology. Click through to see how you can use fidgets, quiet kits, bumpy seats, visual timers and adaptive scissors in the classroom to help stu (Future Tech Student)