Assistive technology for math

By The Understood Team

Expert reviewed by Shira Moskovitz, MA

Updated October 20, 2023

At a glance

  • Assistive technology (AT) can be a big help for people who struggle with math.

  • Some AT math tools are very common, like calculators.

  • Others, like digital graphing tools, are not as familiar, but can be just as helpful.

When kids and adults have trouble with math, (AT) can offer a lot of support. Many AT tools for math — like calculators — are common, inexpensive, and easy to get. Others are lesser known, but can be just as useful.

Use this guide to learn about what tools are available, and where to get them.

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