Find information and resources about assistive technology that can help kids with language-based learning disabilities become stronger readers and writers. Assistive technology is any device that supports the independence of a person with a disability. Assistive technology can be “low-tech” (something very simple and low-cost, like a pencil grip), or “high-tech” (something sophisticated, like a computer). See also: Inclusive Classrooms.
Featured partner: Center on Technology and Disability
Our PBS Series:
Launching Young Readers
Explore the reading challenges facing kids with disabilities, and what schools across the country are doing to help them find success.
See how one teacher creates a community of writers in her classroom.