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By request, Oklahoma ABLE Tech can provide professional development opportunities; either on-site or via the web, on the topic or need of your choice.
ABLE Tech has an assistive technology (AT) inventory of over 2,000 devices. Trained ABLE Tech staff presents and demonstrates the use of new and popular AT solutions that cover multiple disability categories. ABLE Tech Device Loan Library
All students need the content from textbooks and other curricular materials, but some are unable to access it by reading the same way their peers do. ABLE Tech helps educate schools and parents on accessible instructional materials and where schools and families may obtain accessible materials and resources. www.aim.cast.org
The iPad as assistive technology is one of the most popular and effective classroom tools. ABLE Tech trains schools on implementing the iPad in the classroom and making it accessible for the greatest number of students by teaching on built-in accessibility features and demonstrating functional applications. ABLE Tech iDevice App Guide
When the school and/or family believes a student may need assistive technology, the SETT Framework can be used to consider whether or not AT is needed and help teams go through the AT assessment process. Oklahoma ABLE Tech uses the SETT Framework documents available at joyzabala.com and case studies to teach teams how to use the SETT Framework for considering and evaluating students’ AT needs.
The QIAT is a free resource that supports schools in implementing quality AT services. ABLE Tech leads schools in learning about the eight quality indicators for AT as they relate specifically to Oklahoma, so that school districts can use promising practice in developing quality AT services for their students.
When a person is unable to communicate effectively using their speech, he or she may be a great candidate for using an augmentative or alternative communication system. ABLE Tech has a certified speech-language pathologist on staff to help train and support school personnel and families in choosing the right AAC system(s) for a student. Whether it is presenting on a specific speech-generating device or software or teaching about AAC in general, ABLE Tech has qualified staff to support your professional development needs.
Every two years, an updated Funding for AT Manual is produced by ABLE Tech and made available via the web in multiple, accessible versions. The information is up-to-date, specific to Oklahoma, and includes public and private funding sources. If you or your team needs in-depth guidance on funding AT for persons of any age, ABLE Tech has educated and experienced staff who can teach you how to approach funding AT in Oklahoma.
1 hour at $100 + travel
3 hours at $300 + travel
6 hours at $500 + travel
Additional charges may apply for materials as needed.