AT Tools for Alternative Access

Assistive Technology for Alternative Access

Students with a variety of physical disabilities – and especially those with complex bodies – often require assistive technology devices that provide for alternative means of accessing materials and tools. Among other possibilities, these tools may include adaptive or alternative keyboards, switches and switch interfaces, or mounts to support those tools from a desk or wheelchair. In many cases, links are included to provide examples of a product or device that incorporates the feature. This information is provided for reference only. Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) does not endorse any particular product, program, or curriculum.

 
 
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