Assistive technology helps students who have difficulty speaking, typing, writing, remembering, pointing, seeing, hearing, learning, walking, and many other things.
Assistive technology may include equipment and/or instructional strategies to assist communication (spoken and written), mobility, self care, and other needs arising from sensory, motor, cognitive or social impairments. Assistive technology devices may range from simple modifications to sophisticated technical equipment.
Contact Kara Cotter
Assistive Technology Specialist
269-471-7725 ext. 3197