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Jamie Martin is an assistive technology consultant, specializing in finding AT solutions for students and adults with dyslexia. During his many years in education, he was an Orton-Gillingham language tutor before getting immersed in the world of assistive technology. Having a full understanding of how remediation and accommodation can work together, he developed a successful assistive technology program at The Kildonan School in Amenia, NY before becoming an independent consultant.
Martin now works one-to-one with students and adults, trains teachers, and writes articles on assistive technology and dyslexia. He regularly gives presentations at educational conferences, including ATIA (Assistive Technology Industry Association) and IDA (International Dyslexia Association). He is also on the advisory board for the children’s website, Dyslexiaville, and he is a regular contributor to the education website, Noodle.
Martin earned a degree in English Education from Hofstra University in Hempstead, NY, and he trained in assistive technology at the Landmark College Institute for Research and Training in Putney, VT.
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