A basic assistive technology assessment covers one area of assistive technology such as writing, executive functioning or reading. It includes a records review, direct client contact for assessment activities, observation and/or consultation with key team members. This assessments is a good match for students who can work in blocks of at least 30 minutes, as all components are completed in one session.
A complex assistive technology assessment covers more than one area of assistive technology or augmentative and alternative communication. It include a records review, direct client contact for assessment activities, observation and/or consultation with key team members. This assessment is completed over a minimum of two sessions.
Presentations and trainings for small and large groups on a wide range of technology, executive functioning, social and educational topics.
Student Focused Consultation
Direct teaching and therapeutic interventions
Development of implementation plans
Management and programing of equipment
Monitoring and reporting student progress
Staff Focused Consultation
Supporting best practices for technology integration
Guiding the development and implementation of technology plans
Assisting with curriculum modification and alternative assessment
Mentoring therapists and teachers developing their own assessment and intervention skills