May 1, 2024 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM

An array of AT Tools are available to support struggling learners who may have Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Visual Processing, ADHD, Working Memory difficulty, Focusing, or other conditions & disabilities.

Rotate through stations & explore:

AT tools spanning Low tech to High tech
Pencil grips, reading rulers, slant boards
Sensory fidgets, weighted lap pads, chair bands
Built-in tools for the Edge and Chrome browsers the iPad
Accessibility and font/spacing/color settings
Text to Speech, Speech to Text
Highlighting, Masking, Page Simplification
Writing supports like word banks, smart word prediction, spelling/grammar support
Finding digital reading material
How to digitize reading material and use optical character recognition
Forms that may be used for considering AT
Lists of AT tools by functional area
Other AT info, resources, and sources


Dianah Marr, assistive technology specialist, credentialed teacher, specializing in AT & strategies that support literacy & learning.

Send your AT questions to [email protected]

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