Low Tech Assistive Technology: Providing an On-Ramp for Learning!


Guess what? There are everyday items that can assist students with learning disabilities and other learning difficulties who may be attending your literacy program, right now. These “tools” become low-tech assistive technology (AT) aides which provide strategic support for students during instruction and help them leverage their unique neurodiverse strengths! Participants will learn about and discuss different types of low-tech AT and leave with a clear understanding of how simple AT options can help students succeed in both the academic and workplace environments.